If you are looking for 6DEmbroidery, you have come to the right place. We explain what 6DEmbroidery is and point you to the official download.
What is 6DEmbroidery?
6D Embroidery is a program for designing embroidery patterns. Users can use imported images as guides or create wholly unique designs that they can further embellish using the wizards, media and other tools found in the software. The program is compatible with Windows 8 (as well as Windows 7), so users will find that it responds to Touch controls—it will also perform rotation and resizing in response to specific Touch gestures.
One of the crucial features of the software, at least for the more experienced designers, is that it can segment designs into separate parts—similar to the layering that is found in most graphics editors nowadays, as a matter of fact. Segmenting a design, especially a complex one, can be beneficial as it allows the user to modify individual segments without touching the other parts. Furthermore, the software is capable of displaying the finished design in photorealistic style, imitating 3D elements and even copying thread characteristics (if you use a glow-in-the-dark or metallic thread, it recognizes that in its visualization). It is also usable for neophytes, as it has auto-tips and wizards built right in.
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File types supported by 6DEmbroidery
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About file types supported by 6DEmbroidery
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Last updated: : August 5, 2014