Printwear

February '16

For the Business of Apparel Decorating

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2 0 1 6 F E B R U A R Y P R I N T W E A R || 81 EMBROIDERY SOFTWARE Image Makers presents the Compucon EOS/TES embroidery software suite, in- cluding levels for monograming, lettering, editing, and digitizing. The company reports that the software offers professional quality output with features that are easy to learn and use. The software works with PCs running Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, and 10. It also includes flexible, one-on-one online training sessions, plus user and technical support. The growing available font collection includes more than 329 resizable fonts. Visit: www.embhq.com | Call: 336-294-0604 UPDATED EMBROIDERY SOFTWARE Bito's Auto Laser Lettering (ALL) program has been updated and improved with new capabilities that allow users to design more decorative lettering using a galvanometic laser. This type of laser comes on the LaserBridge or E-Laser single-head laser machines, which work in conjunction with embroidery ma- chines as well as the Spartacus standalone laser. This optional program has the capability to do multiple sizes in different fonts at the same time. Another new feature is motifs on a curve. Designers can create a variety of decora- tive stitches like a miniature French dot, polka dot, rings, cross stitch, golf ball, tennis racquet, soccer ball, baseball, etc. This motif can then be applied to the outline of any letter shape. When used in conjunction with FocusCut III laser cutting software and Proel Millennium digitizing software, users can create appliqué embroidered lettering and numbering. It works with True Type fonts to create the most popular typeface styles. It also offers a variety of finishing stitches such as zigzag, column, bean (triple), and a single running stitch. Char- acters may be created for single or multiple layers of fabrics as well. ALL offers full control of cutting and stitching line placements enabling the user to create a variety of appliqués. Favorite styles may be created and the font, stitch type, size, and border can be saved for quick recall. ALL also can be used for vector shapes and images other than letters and numbers, thus making it an auto- matic appliqué digitizing system as well. The same capabilities that are used for letters and numbers may be applied to any True Type image. ALL can generate embroidery data, cutting data, and the necessary automatic offset when using a LaserBridge or E-Laser machines. It offers full control to allow for precise positioning of the laser as well as the correct depth that the laser should cut. Visit: www.bitousa.com | Call: 866-248-687 SUBLIMATION SOFTWARE Johnson Plastics includes Creative Studio software with the purchase of any Sawgrass Virtuoso sublimation printer. Easy to install and use, Creative Studio allows new decorators to start and manage a sublimation business. Visit: www.johnsonplastics.com | Call: 800-869-7800

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