There are many opportunities to upgrade a better software through Wilcom on Win7. More options to me seems like more reasons to go with Wilcom. I purchased the deco studio and then upgrade to their embroidery studio. Now I am working with Wilcom DecoStudio e1.5 and managed to feed designs digitized with DecoStudio not only into industrial SWF but also into my client's Brother home embroidery machine. My Client felt not to understand how to digitize with his old program and is a very happy camper now using DecoStudio. I believe this has something to do with personal habits and of course the level of digitizing skills matters a lot. And I also believe, if you know what you are doing and how to software settings should be in different situations, Wilcom DecoStudio e1.5 probably will limit you quite soon.
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Before DecoStudio released, there was a huge gap between home embroidery SW and industrial SW, but anyhow, I am still convinced that DecoStudio relates more to industrial users like graphic designers companies who are used to work with graphic programs and now being able to convert their shapes into embroidery but on the other hand also being able just to digitize in the embroidery part of the program without any graphics conversion.
But this is not a problem of DecoStudio or Wilcom in general. I simply believe you are skilled enough to use the professional ES System with all it's possibilities and DecoStudio does not suit your needs and skills. DecoStudio comes with Corel X4 Graphic Suite and so you can use all the features of Corel Draw to prepare the graphic. Wilcom DecoStudio e1.5 integrates CorelDRAW Graphics Suite X4 with Wilcom's renowned stitch processor, lettering, monogramming and appliqué tools. In addition, it includes more than 10,000 clipart and digital images, 80 creative templates and 1,000 OpenType® fonts, putting all the tools you need within reach. Wilcom® DecoStudio e1.5 perfectly working in WIndows 7. Please before install make sure you disable Windows7 firewall and any other antivirus software installed. Also make sure you run in compatibility mode XP sp3 and run Wilcom DecoStudio e1.5 as admin.
Wilcom DecoStudio e1.5 converts vector objects into stitches and the fine tuning can be done directly in the embroidery part. Even in graphic part you have access to the embroidery letters or you can convert TTF into embroidery or objects of lettering shape. If you have bitmaps you can use Corel's tracing function to create vector objects.
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The customers who start to offer also embroidery in addition to their prints, don't take nor have the time to get into old style digitizing. They'll not acceptable stitch outs in a short time. They don't spend hour over hour in manual digitizing like me and you probably will do, like I did as home embroiderer and often do nowadays being in the industry. It is like talk about teaching old dogs new tricks.
I have already collected new clients as a result of my previous work and things are moving along nicely. Luckily, I still have around 2,000 designs that I kept for old clients, so that has been handy. In my case the combination of graphic program and Wilcom DecoStudio e1.5 on Win7 is a great benefit in handling, how about you?.