The following describes how to create design templates for the online designer in the embroidery section for optimal finishing. The mostly strict naming and specifications of the data system are mandatory for the technical further processing. For a general understanding, the following terms are used. The overall design, which is applied to a textile or another carrier, is the motif. The motif contains exchangeable texts, here called free texts.
Creation of the design file
Motifs are always embroidered in the embroidery software. Tajima Maestro created in *.pxf file format.
All embroidery files created must contain certain design properties. These can be viewed and edited at File > Pattern Properties. As recipe is always set to "Normal" and displayed as Machine Format is always "Tajima" selected.
Use of yarn colors
When applying the yarn colours, it must be ensured that they have been applied in the backend of your shop. If these have not already been created in the system, the system the color in the motif is replaced by standard colors. By default, 28 Madeira Poly-neon yarns. Via the button "Apply" in the shop backend you can you can easily add more poly-neon yarns. All in all you have access to another 334 yarns. If you are using yarns from another manufacturer you can create these yarns yourself manually. You can choose the yarn colors of your motif at any time in the backend.
Create free texts
For the changeability of the texts in the online motif designer, free texts must always be as text that runs on a baseline. The line length also represents the text boundary. This means that the line should be as should be long to allow the input of a longer text.
In addition, the option Max baseline width be adjusted (to be found at View > Toolbars and Docking Windows > Text or among Segment settings > Text > General). As soon as If the length of the text exceeds the line length, the text is displayed in the motif designer. automatically compressed. In addition, the adjusted adjustment of a text (left-justified, centered, etc.) in the motif file of the motif designer;
Naming of the free texts
Free texts must be named accordingly so that the motif designer can distinguish between them and simple texts. The naming and numbering must be structured as follows: Text_1, Text_2, Text_3, etc. For multi-line text the lines must be separated and named as single text objects.
The text elements are displayed in the Element View (can be found at View > Toolbars and Docking Windows) creates. To do this, the text is marked and can then be edited under Add to element (+) > New as new element can be created
If several text objects are to contain the same text, these must also contain the the same name. You can define these text objects under add element to an available element can be added.
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you just have to specify that the file is for the mask system and replaceable
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