The new version is here. Faster and more accurate than before, EmbroideryStudio e4 TrueSizer Pro is the tool you need for improving your customer service. If you don’t require all the power and capabilities of the more advanced EmbroideryStudio e4 suite but looking to do more with your designs, look no further.
All the functionality of the free version plus the tools that make a difference to your business. Create and save multiple colorways with enhanced recoloring, view designs on high-res garments as well as in hoops. Use Stitch Player to watch your design stitch out and greatly reduce mistakes on a machine. Print your design approval sheets showing a realistic preview for more accurate quotes to your customers.
TrueSizer Pro allows you to not only view and resize designs but also gives you the ability to work on multiple designs at the same time, create multiple colorways and view your designs in hoops. TrueSizer Pro can also help to improve your customer approval process, allowing designs to be visualized on garments and to be shared with staff and customers via design approval sheets.
TrueSizer Pro comes with a range of features to help improve your customer service and sales processes making it the ultimate tool for business.
Always ensure that you have the correct hardware in order to get the full benefits of TrueSizer Pro.
Below is the list of all the embroidery file formats supported by EmbroideryStudio e4 TrueSizer Pro.
Object files are high-level digitizing system CAD formats which contain object outlines, object properties and in Wilcom’s case, also stitch data. When you open an original digitized design file in TrueSizer Pro, it can be accurately resized while preserving the original stitching effects and correct densities.
Stitch or ‘expanded’ designs are low-level formats for direct use by embroidery machines. They contain only stitch coordinates and machine functions. Stitch files are generally not suited to resizing. Because the stitch count does not change, the density increases or decreases with the design size. Thus you should scale stitch designs by no more than ±5-10% because the densities scale by the same amount.
* INF and BMP files are not produced on save.