Machine Embroidery: Unlimited

Machine embroidery has become an excellent alternative and hand decoration textiles, and other ways of decorating products, which are not of high quality. Machine embroidery has achieved a high rate production. However, the complexity and quality of the images from this does not hurt, since modern embroidery machines have virtually no restrictions on color, size embroideries, used tissues. Not so things were before, when the machine embroidery was just beginning to develop. Machines worked slowly, the number of colors that can be used simultaneously, it was small, and the complexity of drawing such a embroidery could not compete with the manual. In addition, self-programming of embroidery (and for that we used punch cards) is time consuming and require extensive knowledge.

In the 70 th – 80 th years of xx century, machine embroidery has become actively developed, and new computer technology greatly expanded its capabilities and simplified the work of designers and programmers. Today, embroidery machines are able to make a drawing on virtually any surface. Special cylindrical hoop can even embroider on the sleeves, and other such details. Each machine uses a wide variety of threads, so the images with complex color transitions are the norm for machine embroidery. The speed with which work is underway, it is very loud. The most powerful machines are capable to make over a thousand stitches per minute. All this makes the embroidery machine profitable and reliable way to replicate high-quality decorative textiles. In addition to the usual technique coats, modern embroidery machines are capable of using dozens of other ways of drawing on fabric. For example, a great interest in the so-called beznitochnoe embroidery. By using this technique under the main fabric is enclosed another, auxiliary, and the machine holds out the thread from the lower blade through the top, creating on it an original drawing. After finishing work balances supporting tissues are removed. This machine embroidery at all costs, without threads, and the result is very unusual.


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