Free tajima pulse software download. System Utilities downloads - Tajima DG/ML by Pulse - Ambassador by Pulse Microsystems Ltd. And many more programs are available for instant and free download. Discussion about Tajima Pulse software (any versions) and Tajima Pulse Ambassador. Embroidery software; Tajima Pulse software. Corel X5 to DGML 14 Letters to. Category: Tajima DGML BY Pulse Tajima DG/ML by Pulse is the perfect embroidery software solution for your business. With advanced lettering features, special stitch effects, and sophisticated embroidery creation from vectors, Tajima DG/ML by Pulse has all the tools you need to create beautiful embroidery.
The Webinar on creating small fonts was extremely well received. We had over 50 people attending and it got great reviews..some people who were afraid of creating small lettering are now enthusiastic to take on the challenge. Video recordings of past webinars are being added. Please watch this space for a link for updates
'I am happy to have attended this webinar. I enjoyed it. I thought it was very informative, and I also learned a couple new tricks'
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' As an innovative Austrian Embroidery company, we are constantly integrating latest technologies and advancements in our business. Quality is our top priority! In order for us to be able to offer the highest embroidery quality to our customers, we have been working extensively with Tajima DG/ML by Pulse Maestro level since 10 years and would like to congratulate Pulse Microsystems for the amazing Version 14.
To our customers, only the best is good enough. This is also much appreciated by our long standing customer 'Red Bull'. We are very proud to have been involved in the 'RED BULL STRATOS - MISSION TO THE EDGE OF SPACE' It has been a highlight to see embroidery from Stickerei Jäger at over 39.000 meters altitude ! Felix Baumgartner's space suit was fully branded with embroidered logos made by us that withstood supersonic speeds of 1,342.8 km/h. We have had a close relationship with Felix Baumgartner who is also known as the 'Fastest man in the sky' Our cooperation with Pulse has strengthened over the years and we are happy to have been contributing positively to new enhancements in the system.
In April 2013, we celebrate our 15th anniversary and look forward to continuing and further strengthening our positive cooperation with Pulse Microsystems. We are convinced that again in the future Pulse will convert a lot of innovative ideas into reality ...maybe in Version 15! '
' I have only recently started to digitize and the new version 14 of Tajima DG/ML by Pulse is quicker and easier to use. It has given our designers a lot more scope with designs for amending and creating embroidery as they can easily control all the parameters with the new windows. Having version 14 has been an asset to the company. '
' We are Velebny and FAM Ltd., located at Usti nadOrlici, Czech republic.
Our activity is concentrated on all kinds of embroidery- from classical hand-made embroidery, embroidery done using mechanical sewing machines and also embroidery done using automatic computerized embroidery machines. We also specialize in restoring very old embroidery and textiles.
After 15 years of analyzing our experiences with embroidery on computerized automatic embroidery machines and embroidery software we have reached our conclusion, that the best for our embroidery job is Tajima DG/ML by Pulse software. Thanks to depth and power of this software, we are able to increase our creativity and flexibility in the field of embroidery designing for our customers. For our designers it was a nice surprise to find out that philosophy of Pulse software is very close to Adobe Illustrator, like Bezier curve support and many more features and thus creating embroidery designs more easily.
We appreciate that Pulse cares for its customers, listens to feedback and actively take into consideration some of our suggestions. Pulse truly supports its users.
Concerning version 14, we would like to mention some new functions. Very nice is the cyclic objects selection, and in case of lettering, the ability to create a lock stitch inside the segment. Easier still is the letter editing and segment filtering, and of great use is the ability to import name badges from Excel. We were surprised by details like color code display with mouse over thread colour icon.Stitch edits and parameter settings are much easier thanks to new philosophy of tabbed windows and panels.
We use the fur stitch effect very often, thanks to this feature we can get very similar stitching like in case of using mechanical sewing machines to create embroidery.
In general, we can say, that our work with software under version 14, with its new interface is much better than before. And Tajima DG/ML by Pulse was already the best! '
' I love the ease of use of this new version (Version 14) and want to say that in Tajima DG/ML by Pulse the import of vectors feature has helped me a lot since it is very easy to import the vectors and convert to embroidery directly, with the advantage of stitch count reduction. It makes things very easy for my type of business to just receive the artwork from my customer in Corel and convert it in the software to embroidery. I gain time as I can create the designs quickly and set them up for the machines that I want to sew them on.
The changes in version 14 have been very helpful, especially all the user interface changes that make it very easy to use. I also like the virtual slice feature in combination with automatic overlap which I used to previously do manually (in order to use the artwork for laser applications) but these are now performed automatically, helping me to win precious time.
The ability to change the sequence of underlay types and the ability to change corner types are features which have helped me a lot . In general I am very pleased with the software and highly recommend it. '
' If you ask me, my opinion on DG/ML Version 14 is: 'It is great, simply great!'
As I am always open for new things, I had to have this new version 14. Especially because this new version contains exactly the modifications that I was shown by Pulse (Alex) on the occasion of different exhibitions and that I, as user of latest computer technology, absolutely need.
Working with systems that are out of date means your work is going to be time consuming, and this does not make sense in highly modernised Europe.
I am used to working with dual monitors (two monitors at one pc) and with version 14 I can organise my workstation in a better way, have a good overview of all important things and reach my goal faster.
To be able to specify my own shortcuts means an incredible advantage regarding speed. Unfortunately nowadays 'time is money' and using Maestro V14 took me a big step forward.
For me, Maestro means that I can convert complicated logos/graphics into embroidery data, as well as create the most simple logos in perfect quality. If you want to make money from creating embroidery data, Maestro is the best option.
Lots of my orders come from carnival clubs with logos of over 100000 stitches and V14 is absolutely prepared for that.
'I love it'
PULSE, keep it up... '
'Hi, I am from Hungary. I use Tajima DG/ML by Pulse IIlustrator Extreme, which includes a feature called Branching that I really love. I also like working with Draw Fusion and the interactivity with CorelDRAW. I like version 14 because it is even more user friendly than before. Everything is easy to follow and I can modify any of the design attributes by using the redesigned properties panel on the side without having to go to multiple windows. The ability to work in full screen mode is great. The Start Page also good, always available, easy to reach the online contents. '
'I switched to using Tajima DG/ML by Pulse after trading in my previous system. I am currently using Maestro level and I love it, because creating and editing d esigns is exactly like in drawing systems. Plus, the tools and functionality is easy to understand, quick to work with, and there are many features like 3D view, and the ability to email designs that I really like. I also think that the lettering is simply the best, it always sews perfectly. For me, having a large variety of fill patterns is especially important, and Tajima DG/ML by Pulse has lots of these…and I can even create my own patterns.'
Be sure to take a look at the new Spiral Fill stitch available in Tajima DG/ML by Pulse Version 14. This spectacular stitch effect not only produces memorable designs, but can also fill large areas using very few stitches, letting your designs make a bold statement while keeping costs in check.
Creating a Spiral Fill design is easy. Simply convert an artwork shape to Spiral Fill or draw your own. Add a simple Steil border to finish it off perfectly. By default, Spiral Fill fills from the center point of the design outwards. By merely changing the start point of the segment, you can achieve an entirely new look to the design.
Use Spiral Fill to fill negative space in an interesting way and create a completely new look to the design. Play with the spacing between Spiral Fill lines to achieve the exact look you need.
Create interesting text effects with True Type fonts using Spiral Fill. With just a fraction of the stitches, you can produce stand-out text that is completely unique. Play with the segment start point and spiral spacing to produce wildly different results with the same lettering.
If you are creative and daring, create your own Spiral Fill pattern and use it to produce one-of-a-kind results. Patterns can be saved and used in any future designs.
Spiral Fill is new for Version 14 and is standard in Maestro level.
A gorgeous combination of brains and beauty, Version 14 has plenty of compelling reasons for you to update. It is powerful, elegant and easy to use, and has great new features that help you maximize efficiency with minimal effort. Click here for details
The recent release of version 13.1 to some markets includes amazing new features that are a first in the industry. The new Fur Stitch, developed in conjunction with expert digitizers who routinely create animal designs, takes away hours of manual effort required to make these stitches, and instead makes the creation of animal fur an easy process. This feature greatly impressed all distributors and customers who saw it at the IMB show in Germany. In addition, there are other new features in version 13.1: E-Stitch, Cascade Fill, Bar code reading, Color Blend fonts, Creating Coiling and Taping designs, and more. Click here for details
The vector capability is unrivaled and the advanced automated features are true time savers. These are merely a few of the reasons to work with Tajima DG/ML by Pulse. Spend just one day working with Tajima DG/ML by Pulse and you will understand why it is the best embroidery creation software available.
Specially digitized for Sequin lettering, these Script and Block fonts will create stunning Sequin Lettering with ease. You don't need to buy the Sequin tool to create Sequin lettering, and you have all the control you need to sew the font just the way you want..
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Make your own embroidery fonts, let me explain you how to create your own embroidery fonts.
First symbol we see here which is an upper case letter ‘A’ with red border around it and black ‘p’ stands for pulse done on it. This font is a pulse font and contains outlines that can be used as borders. You may have realized in the version 14 where you use text segments there is a new setting in properties which allows you to add a style border or a run stitch border around the existing fonts. So if you are working or using a font that is not I guess here then you can use of such borders.
The next symbol here which is an upper case letter ‘A’ with a red fill and with a ‘p’ stand on it, this font is a pulse font and does not contain outline borders. In better way these two are secured fonts as these originate from pulse and you can not edit or modify them.
The next symbol which is an upper case letter ‘A’ which has green border around it, this font contains outline borders around and is usually not created by pulse.
The next symbol, the upper case letter ‘A’ with a green fill, this font does not contain outline borders and is usually not created by pulse.
And the last symbol importantly, the upper case letter ‘A’ with a grey fill, this is a classic style font. Classic style fonts have limitations in how stitches are calculated when sewing from right to left and center out and do use branching. These are fairly old fonts and that’s why they have certain limitations when you use them.
In the fonts dialog which you reach by gong in the menu Tools -Manage - Fonts you can choose between creating new fonts or open an existing font. You have a list of embroidered fonts that are located in the system folder and you also see that there are symbols which had described in the earlier paragraphs. So you either select one of the fonts and you open it or you create a new font by clicking on the New that will launch this window here which is the font’s properties page. This font’s properties page has a couple of settings I can give in version number in the name of the outer then there is a drop down menu which is a fonts type and it offers a couple of selections we will focus on the first font NOMO so we will create the NOMO font first. And when you look at the setting default letter space, this is the spacing between letter to the next letter so the default is the Zero because we are working with the kerning box which we will describe later on.
However you can add additional distance by changing this number here. Next one is the space bar size the default is five at least in my case and this is the distance between one word to the next word. Typically one you use in the text to type in the text with the words you will have the space between the two words. So you could the value if you want to have that space bigger or smaller.
Then we have the line which is called used segments for X stands that is either the kerning box or the letter itself to be used as the X stands and here is where you decide whether you want the first one in sequence which is usually the kerning box or the last one in sequence to be the X stands box. Then we have the setting here called version 9 compatible I will recommend you to keep it switched off because this is to ensure that the font you have created is compatible with the very old versions of pulse and were based on the PXF formats. However the drawback is that if you use this option you won’t be able to use any of the new features and new settings that came up with the newer versions of DG/ML pulse so again I recommend you to keep this off. Contains outlines this is a that I mentioned earlier in Tajima Pulse version 14 there is a new setting in which you can add a border around your letters, border can be a style stitch or a run stitch border but this will only work if the fonts that you are creating has an additional outlines. So I recommend this to switch it on here. The last one, here to the right to the left I think you have heard about some of the languages like Arabian, they write their text from the right to the left. So if you are producing that kind of fonts then you have to switch on it, just tick the box there.
This wizard will guide you through all the steps. On the left hand you will see the selection of True Type Fonts. This where you will choose the true type font you will work with and in my case its Ariel and down you can also see the preview as how the Ariel font in reality looks like. Once you make this selection then click the Next button then you will be having a dialog open which will show all types of characters that are included in the true type characters that you have chosen. Usually has with fonts with more or fonts with less character. Now what you do here is you select your mark on those characters you really want to work with and you want to include in your fonts file. You can use your Ctrl keys and Shift keys typical windows keyboard shortcuts to select individual letters or a series of letters.
The last dialog of the wizard is where you can select how you can a dialog covert a true type font into an embroidery font. So when you look at the first selection which is Creating Embroidery Segments, this one I recommend it to switch it off and I never use this one because I am the one who will take or control on how the font will look like. If you keep this selection on then this dialog will ultimately convert each character into embroidery character and that when it takes all the control and you won’t have any control over that, so this one is that you must typically have to keep it switched off. Include artwork, this one you need to keep it switched on because it will guarantee that your letter will be imported as an artwork segment into your embroidery file and the last one is the Create Extents Box, this is the one you should keep it on as well because this will ensure that you will have box around your letter and that box will be used as a kerning box.
This dialog shows how the font file will be put related so did you that it creates new page and that page contains all the letters that you have selected from your true type fonts and you can also see that you can also automatically assign a name to it. You will also see some strange numbers actually each character has its unique code number, no need to worry too much about this here because it’s just the naming of each of the characters. It’s a great stage to save your file I want you to save your file either by CTRL + S or you go to your menu file and use function Save or Save As, then you will have a small window showing up. Here you can give a name to your font file and that font file will be saved into your system folder, once you click OK.
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