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How to improve the embroidery quality of the computer pattern machine

How to improve the embroidery quality of the computer pattern machine

It is understood that usedComputer pattern machinePeople often encounter situations where the effect of the pattern machine is very different from the original, and often it is not possible to solve such problems quickly. For this reason, this article specifically explains how to improve the embroidery quality of the computer pattern machine. First, you need to consider the fabric and shape of the embroidery. If the embroidery is deformed, you need to consider using shrinkage compensation to make the shape suitable for embroidery, or the fabric needs to be stitched with embroidery needles to achieve stability. Under normal circumstances, automatic basting, shrinkage compensation, short stitch steps, fine-tuning values, intelligent bending and other technologies are used to realize computer pattern machine stitches, smooth and uniform placement and eliminate gaps in pattern design. The specific scheme is as follows :


1. Use automatic bottom sewing. Embroider the lower stitches before filling the stitches on the computer pattern machine to stabilize the fabric or prevent the thread from falling into the fabric. The best type of bottom seam depends on the fabric, shape and size, and the type of stitches used. Generally, large areas such as knitwear and embossed fabrics and other elastic fabrics require lower seams than small areas such as hard fabrics such as twill or leather.

2. Use shrinkage compensation. When the needle of the computer pattern machine passes through the fabric, the needle will pull the fabric inward, that is, shrink in the direction of the needle, which may cause the fabric to wrinkle and there will be gaps in the fabric. Automatic shrinkage compensation means that when the embroidery needle passes through the fabric, the needle-shaped contour lines of excessive embroidery are filled on both sides of the fabric, so the automatic shrinkage compensation can offset the bad effects of wrinkles and gaps. An experienced computer pattern machine operator can overlap objects during plate making, that is, when tracking the edge, the tracking edge is slightly larger, and the manual method is used to compensate for the shrinkage.

3. Minimize the stitch protrusion at the curve or corner as much as possible. You can also use the fine-tuning value or short stitch steps to reduce the stitch protrusion of the computer pattern machine. The outer edge of the sharp corner makes the suture bulge along the inner edge. When embroidering this shape, the embroidery thread will be broken, and the longer the stitch, the more serious the problem. Apply fine-tune values ​​to the shape of the curve so that the stitch density along the outer and inner edges is even. Use short stitch steps on curved objects to reduce the density of needles inside curved objects. In addition, the protrusion of sutures is reduced at acute angles. The sharp corners of the shape make the needle thread bulge and form a hard part on the fabric, which may damage the fabric or break the embroidery needle. Use smart corners to help the computer pattern machine control the acute corners of the two input methods. There are two types: bevel angle and cap angle.