In a crowded market plagued by a soft environment, quality and service are powerful points of differentiation. Each time they surpass competitors to help you stand out from the crowd. There are many aspects that subsidize to quality embroidery digitising. They each must be mastered and controlled to produce world-class results. The most important factor so far is digitisation. Digitisation is the process of converting a graphic image or artwork into a description file that an embroidery machine can interpret. Few things can be done in the embroidery process to compensate for poorly designed or executed digital exercises. On the other hand, loose or erroneous production will certainly destroy or reduce the results of exquisite digitised embroidery files.
There are several production factors that affect the quality embroidery digitising. It started with machine quality. Such as the top modern Tajima machines, which many people consider to be the “gold standard” in the industry. The disciplined daily, weekly, and semi-annual preventive maintenance programs ensure that machine part tolerances (variability of results) are minimized and wear parts are replaced in time.
Careful employee selection and continuous training ensure that the machine is properly calibrated and uses the right materials for each job. Written procedures and quality standards must be understood and maintained by each employee. Use only the best materials (i.e., backings, toppings, threads, and spools). Even the most delicate details, a boring needle or a bad embroidery machine can all make up the distinction between quality embroidery and what truly stands out.
When most people place orders to digitise their custom embroidery designs, they often think of it as a one-step process. What most people did not realize for the first time was that digitisation was not just a simple process of uploading software and downloading files, but it required a certain degree of skill and knowledge to produce perfect works. Uploading a picture and setting it as a template is just the tip of the iceberg. This means that each design needs to be handled separately to ensure praiseworthy results and smooth production runs.
One of the most important elements that must be mastered by a high-quality digitiser that wants to be successful in the field is to act. In short, the path is the order of design sewing. It determines the order of each stitch from start to finish. What sounds as simple as 1-2-3 is actually a very complicated process. If your design does not perform well, you will find that the machine stops during the entire production process of quality embroidery digitising. Poorly digitised designs may increase working hours, making them two to three times longer than usual, and these additional times may be transferred to you by the embroiderer because of the extra charges.