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This Instructable you will learn how to convert an Adobe Illustrator file to a file readable by a CNC embroidery machine using the DIgitizer Pro software.
Once you have finished your Illustrator file, go to the File tab and select Save As. Name your file and select EPS as your file type.
Open up the Digitizer Pro software which is called 'Easy Design'.
Select the Image tab and choose 'Insert Image'. Find your EPS file and open it. Select 'All Files' under 'Files of Type' if this is not set as ...
Once your file appears use the cursor to move the image around within the red square. The red square indicates where the machine can embroider.
Select the Embroidery tab and choose 'Click to Design', then select the 'Advanced' option.
Select your desired stitch options for Fills and Detail, then click on the 'Image Preparation' box. Once the 'Image Preparation' window opens make sure the number of colors ...
Drag colors to proper box then click OK
Save your new file as a Janome Design (*.JAN). This file will not be the file you take to the CNC embroiderer machine, but is a file that ...
Save your file again as a PES file. There are a few options to choose from, but the machine at TechShop San Francisco has a hoop size of ...
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