DecoStudio Lite e3 is Wilcom’s entry level embroidery software and is packaged with new embroidery machines to help new businesses get started with embroidery.
Integrated with CorelDRAW Essentials X6, DecoStudio Lite comes with a set of graphic design tools and vector to embroidery conversion. With its easy-to-use lettering, monogramming, and basic editing tools, it’s a cost-effective way to get started with custom embroidery. It even provides tools to incorporate Bling! into your customer’s multi-decoration designs.
As the world’s favorite embroidery design software, Wilcom’s DecoStudio Lite is the perfect place to start your embroidery business. For 30 years, Wilcom has been pioneering the embroidery industry with its renowned embroidery software. It’s not just another software package - when you purchase Wilcom software you are joining the Wilcom family, with access to support, training and a partner for the future.
DecoStudio Lite e2 is compatible with the majority of embroidery machines available.
DecoStudio Lite e2 is distributed exclusively as a machine bundling software option, so consider your software options when researching embroidery machines.
Check whether you have the right hardware to ensure the software runs at its best.
The following are the minimum and recommended system requirements for the Wilcom embroidery software. Wilcom e3 software is compatible with Windows 7 and Windows 8 operating systems.
If you prefer you can also run Wilcom software on a Mac.
Wilcom software provides the brains to your machine. As the industry’s universal embroidery software, we offer support for all the major embroidery machines including Barudan, Tajima, Brother, SWF, Melco, Happy, ZSK and more.
Please note that some machine formats and file formats are tied to certain elements like schiffli and chenille.
Wilcom software can read and write .YNG file format for Yongnam GemMaster v2.9 machines. Bling files can be send directly to the CAMS machine.
Helpful hints and tips on connecting your Wilcom software to your machine can be found in our Support website and in the User Manual provided with your software.