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Embroidery Settings

Click on a digitizing tool (i.e. Freeform Tool, Column Tool) then go to the Embroidery Settings.

If you set the Settings before Digitizing, they will stay with that tool until you change them. (RESET: will set Settings to the System Defaults.)

General Category

Respect Modifications - PRO - Will apply the changes you made to your "Advanced Areas" while editing. i.e.- Underlay

Stitch Angle - The Fill Stitch Direction. Can be set before digitizing.

Overlap and Overlap Size - How many row of stitches overlap in a block to avoid gaps within a block

One Direction - Walk stitches applied to the outside of the block instead of through the middle to achieve a One Direction fill. (caps, fine silks, low den. Fills)

One direction offset-from outline in one direction

Walkstitch offset-how far the RS is set from outline (not in 1 direction)

Walkstitch step-RS length

Offset grid %-

Density-the space between a row of stitches (default is 4.00)

Degrade-Allows different Densities in one block

Degrade type-Linear, Uniform

Minimum Density-the tighter density of the block

Maximum Density-the looser density of the block

Intermediate Density-set this to have a third density in the block

Edges

Random Edges

Outline Type - One Side or Both Sides Random

Outline % - How much is "randomized"

Stitch Repeat

Number of repetitions - Up to 10 Repetitions of the stitch

Apply every...stitch - Which Stitches are Repeated

Tie

Tie File - The style of tie off

Use default tie - System default Style. If "yes" will over-ride Tie File Choice.

RS Manager: Looks at RS length keeps all stitches at that length, until the last stitch, looks at that distance then it will:

Spread Remainder -of the RS evenly to the end

Move Last Point -moves to the end

No Last Point -stops at that point

Narrow curve approach - On curves follows the set length(auto shorten)

Minimum length-10 or 12 (1-1.2mm) to make a curve (so you do not have to change your RS length)

Chord gap length-space between the stitch and the digitized line

Underlay: These are your foundational stitches.  Used to secure the fabric to the backing, Raise the stitches off of the fabric, Flatten out any pile.

Central-Only with Satin Stitches. A running stitch in the center of the column

Edgewalk-A running stitch that traces around the inside perimeter of the block of stitches

Fill-Step stitches that will travel in a different angle than the fill stitches of the block. Usually used on most blocks

Longitudinal-Only with Satin Stitches. Several rows of running stitches, controlled by a density

Outline: to change the color you must click on the word outline

Running Stitch Outline

Running Stitch length- The step length of the Running Stitch Outline

Passes- How many times the outline will go around the shape

Offset from the outline- How far the Outline is from the digitized line

Stitch Type-Defines the type of stitch to use.  Normal or RS Step 1/2

Running Stitch at holes-applies RS at the hole of a block

Satin Outline

Passes-how many times the outline will go around shape

Satin Outline offset - How far it is from the digitized line.

Satin at holes-applies Satin Outline at the hole of a block

Stitch Type

Long Satin -  Divides the stitch to allow a longer Satin stitch to be more secure

Calculation Type-use a Percent or Original Value

Percent Value-type a % for the machine to make a hit to "divide" the long Satin stitch

Original Value-type an actual distance for the machine to make a hit to "divide" the long Satin stitch

General

Column Width-sets the width of the column stitches

Offset mm- offsets the column to a specific side of the digitized line

Satin Angle-sets the angle of the Satin Outline stitch

Running Stitch length-the step length of the travel stitch under the Satin border

Keep column width-Maintains a consistent Satin line width

Short Stitches-Applies random short stitches in tight curves

Overlap and Overlap size: How many row of stitches overlap in a block to avoid gaps within a block

Density- the distance between the rows of stitches

Random Edges

Outline Type - One Side or Both Sides Random

Outline % - How much is "randomized"

Stitch Repeat

Number of repetitions - Up to 10 Repetitions of the stitch

Apply every...stitch - Which Stitches are Repeated

Corner Type-Choose the desired style of corner

Tie

Tie File - The style of tie off

Use default tie - System default Style. If "yes" will over-ride Tie File Choice.

RS Manager: Looks at RS length keeps all stitches at that length, until the last stitch, looks at that distance then it will:

Spread Remainder -of the RS evenly to the end

Move Last Point -moves to the end

No Last Point -stops at that point

Narrow curve approach - On curves follows the set length (auto shorten)

Minimum length-10 or 12 (1-1.2mm) to make a curve (so you do not have to change your RS length)

Chord gap length-space between the stitch and the digitized line

Stretch

Pull compensation

Stretch% - Stretches the length of the stitches by the designated %

Maximum Stretch length - Measurement of the max. length a stitch can be stretched.

Compensation Type

Push Compensation - Shrinks the shape so the Push of the fabric is not seen as much. (Same concept as Pull Compensation)

Shrink%

Maximum Shrink Length

Compensation Type

Shift Outlines-Will enlarge of shrink a block based upon the Outline Shift number.  Positive number to enlarge, Negative number to shrink.

Internal Connection Policy: The connection between the block and the underlying stitches.