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Not just a Tour, a Digitizing Class Using E4! See how Wilcom's E4 features can help with your digitizing. A 90 minute look at the new features, and the tried and true.
Those that you have grown to love in Wilcom!
See new ways to Digitize on E4! Learn Techniques that will allow you to Digitize and Edit with Ease. Make your Digitizing fun and rewarding! Create designs that bring your customers back and make production a breeze!
New One On One Personal Classes using Your software on Your computer. We will teach you techniques that will give you instant answers to your problems, and you will be practicing those techniques in real time, with real help!
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Next year...Visit beautiful Plam Springs and take part in our live classes!
Get a good foundation, with answers to Small Lettering, Underlay and Push Pull and how to Blend and Shade! Three full days of Classes where you will LEARN BALBOA'S SECRETS.
Great Class...Sorry you missed it!
Purchase our Learn to Digitize videos to get a head start on what you will learn! Next year plan to attend the live classes!
Master Digitizing, from FUNDAMENTALS to the most intricate parts of Embroidery!. Three Day Classes with Labs with one on one instruction. Put it on your wish list for next Year!
From Impressions Magazine June 25, 2013 How to Work With Push-Pull Compensation Digitize to work with your embroidery machine rather than using compensations or corrections that have been built into digitizing software programs. June 25, 2013 By Lee Caroselli-Barnes, Contributing Writer There are two great mysteries that digitizers must solve to build the perfect …
From Impressions Magazine, April 23, 2013 How to Achieve Shading in Embroidery Getting a realistic 3-D embroidered image requires understanding the physics of art, which is the basis of the interplay between color blending and shading. By Lee Caroselli-Barnes, Contributing Writer Although the terms “blending” and “shading” often are interchanged, there is a difference. …