Embird Digitizing Studio – Tutorial – Tools. Column with Pattern Tool; Create Outline Object Tool; Create Manual Stitches Tool; Create Connection Object Tool . Embird Digitizing Studio – Tutorial – Main Menu – Nodes. Embird Digitizing Studio – Tutorial – Manual Lettering.
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The next command, Align End to Next Objectcauses manula end of the object being edited to the beginning of the object to be created next.
Measurement Tool measures distances and angles in design. However, these options serve to snap whole objects not just edited nodes. Approach 1 – full control of stitches direction In this case all objects will be drawn manually node-by-node in a specific order.
Connections are often included between respective characters too, for the same reason. Now create the last column. Such location of the end point does not matter when thread between respective characters is trimmed, but it is wrong in case of nearest point connection between characters. We will start a new column here. Measured parameters are displayed on panel at right side of the screen.
Snap to Nearest Node command moves selected node on top of nearest node which belongs to other object. It is possible to select them all and group them into a single item in the list, for easier manipulations like moving, scaling, etc.
This is another method to change which stitch will be last. Studio includes lettering tool for quick and easy creation of text labels, but it requires Alphabet or font file containing the lettering style you want to use.
The order of objects creation and also sewing, therefore was chosen so that connections are hidden under the cover stitches of columns.
Main Menu – Nodes
Create one quarter of the object. Now we need to start a new column at the bottom part of “A” manial, but we need to get thread to this point to avoid jump.
When doing a complex outline, some outline parts start not on end of previous part, but on its beginning, instead. Use Generate Stitches or Finish command from the pop-up menu to finish the object.
Manual Digitizing of Lettering
Duplicate and Mirror Horizontally and Duplicate and Mirror Vertically work in a similar way, but the axis of the symmetry is vertical and horizontal straight line passing through the first node. Finished character contains 3 columns and 2 connections. In case of multiple columns, connection must be used to ensure continuous sewing without jumps or trims.
Object Inspector now contains all 5 objects from which character “A” is composed.
Nodes are snapped only if they are near to the Work Area edges, guide linesother nodes, grid lines or edges of other objects, respectively. When disabled, user can edit only last 2 nodes on each edge. The corner at top part of “A” is too sharp for a single continuous column object.
After generation of stitches the column object will look like this:. Note that this object is listed in the Object Inspector list at the right side of the maanual. Use this function to place beginning of the new part exactly on beginning of previous part. Create Second Edge command works on columns and objects with two sides.
Main Menu – Edit
These commands, however, are supposed to be used with short-cut keys, not embirc this menu. You can use “group 1” command that is intended for lowest level groups. Now create second column object.
However, user has less control over the stitches order. This list helps to select and manage objects in the design.
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Therefore, stop column at the top of “A”:. Use this command to assure there will be no jump stitch between the two objects. It means that it does not snap selected node to nodes of actually edited object, only to nodes of other objects.
Then release the mouse button and selected area will be enlarged so that it fits on the screen. Use Delete Whole Edge command to erase whole edge and start its creation anew.
Digitizing of satin stitch lettering requires use of two tools: