Embroidery digitizing Services

Best Embroidery digitizing Services :

At Dezinesol, we offer company logos and designs of supreme quality with complete customer satisfaction. Being familiar with best embroidery digitizing services is an important factor to be a part of Dezinesol.
Digitizing is the base of any great embroidery work. We have a skillful experts team working passionately to help marketing companies, design firms, embroidery shops, and individuals. Our designs are suitably flexible with all leading commercial and home embroidery machines.

At Dezinesol, we also provide best embroidery services, designs for bags, uniform cloths, apparel, headwear, garments etc. In any array of garments, we can do custom logos, monogram logos, 3D puff, patches, lettering, sequin, chenille. When a new order is allocated, we evaluate and checks out the artwork for details and exact specification purposes. Our digitizers recreate that artwork for producing a custom stitch file. Then the density of the thread is adjusted using underlay stitches to compensate for the push-pull factor. The digitizer also modifies the stitch type as per the requirements of the artwork for better results.

How to digitize logo for embroidery:

Step 1: Upload Your Logo to the Digitizing Software :

Dezinesol provides outclass embroidery Digitizing design services covering from simple to complicated pieces of Designs. The customers most of the time, complain of getting blurry images in the digitizing process. But rest assure our esteemed Customers won’t face this issue. You just have to provide us with the desired requirements and specifications of your order and we’ll entertain you to our greatest extent.

Step 2: Set Embroidery Design Size :

Measure the area where the logo is displayed. The final pictures will be the exact dimensions of your design, so be sure to measure the exact and exact dimensions of your logo before blocking the image.

Step 3: Choose Stitch Type :

There are a variety of different stitch types that are used to complete different looks, textures, and more. Each stitch type has a maximum stitch measurement that must be taken into consideration. You should also consider fabric type and the "push and pull" of the fabric when selecting your stitch types. Common stitch types for machine-based embroidery include:

. Satin stitch
. Fill stitch
. Straight stitch

Step 4: Stitch Direction :

This procedure is necessary because the machine needs instructions for each point. Sewing patterns can best reproduce your logo design by giving the fabric a variety of colors and lines. Do not skip this step as the final product can undergo many mutations and produce very heterogeneous patterns of aggregation. Proper sewing saves thread and time.

Step 5: Embroidery Thread Colors :

Choosing the right color is just as important as choosing the type of fabric and stitch type. Color determines how well you can imitate a digitize version of your logo. Make sure you have selected the correct color in the color bar. Your logo Pantone color must go hand in hand with the colors of the thread to use for your embroidery.

Step 6: Transfer and Digitize File for Embroidery :

Now you have converted regular files like PNG and JPEG. Embroidery files transfer files (converted embroidery) to the embroidery machine. The transfer process is very simple. This can be done using a flash card, a computer with embroidery software, or a USB cable. Before this procedure magically works, if you want to set up your embroidery machine on file, choose the right file for your machine type.

Step 7: Prepare the Embroidery Machine for Embroidering :

Before you follow the instructions for your embroidery machine to sew a digital logo on your branded product, here are a few steps you need to follow to set up your embroidery machine for sewing. When choosing a thread, stitch sequence, needle, direction, desired thread color, etc., you need to tell the sewing machine which needle to sew and which settings to use. The second thing to do is place your fabric or product in the embroidery machine frames/loops, while carefully down them into the machine's arms.

Step 8: Test Your Digitized Logo by Embroidering a Sample :

Add your own embroidery to your new logo or digital design. It takes a few minutes. When you're done, check your embroidery designs to see if they need digitize editing before you embroider them. Make the necessary changes and try again until you are satisfied with the result. Your product is ready to be embroidered with a fully numbered logo.