Saturday, 29 June 2013

Turning a Graphics File into a File Embroidery

The embroidery is undoubtedly a technique to great effect to decorate the fabric (or other materials that support it), making it rich and precious, even more so if there is a graphic design that anticipates the subject, the colors, the placement following a time concluded. That is:

  • The embroidery can be developed on a fabric produced in the piece, and then the criteria will be realized with a print on the report, endlessly repeating a pattern positioned ad hoc.
  • Embroidery is part of the design of an object that will later be built.
  • Embroidery is something added to an object already concluded, used in the customization of garments or objects.
It is done by hand or machine, embroidery can not ignore a design created by man

We live in a technological age that allows us to imagine anything from a virtual reality that is transformed and becomes three-dimensional object .

Where is the difference between the two modes of processing?

Substantially in the running time: the man takes longer, making the embroidery more inaccurate, but more fervent eye. The hours are used in some cases infinite and history confirms it: just think how long it took our grandmothers in ricamarsi the legendary trousseau, years and years of work.

The machine reads a file that is capable of giving many preventive information: the number of the points of which it is composed, the number of colors to be used, the exact size that will occupy in the canvas and, according to the type of machine running the embroidery , the processing time. Not all machines are equally fast and accurate, so much so that there are for working as a prototype, or for working with industrial mass.

An embroidery machine made, once completed is the result of:
  • A vector drawing (made from scratch or translated from a bitmap file);
  • A drawing of punching, or the filling of backgrounds and lines through points allocated by the designer embroidery machine, or an experienced user of special application software processing. The operation takes a long time, commensurate with the complexity of the design, the same as the composition of files in letterpress printing which is expected to produce leaflets or brochures.
  • The embroidery files are sold at reasonable prices in proportion, but not all have the same quality of execution: the good operators and designers are also distinguished here.
  • The object embroidery obtained may be a patch (a closed shape and perfectly lined, entirely embroidered), or the serial transfer of a logo on clothing, or embroidery which in turn will become model parts of an object in construction (think a bag), or embroidery done on a large cut of fabric that will become a sheet, a curtain, a piece of furniture.

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