In the world of embroidery digitizing, the key to creating impeccable designs lies in employing the most skilled professionals along with the most advanced technology. At Powerstitch, we understand that our embroidery digitizer is only as powerful as the software he or she uses, and thus we choose to employ the best embroidery digitizing software available in the industry. In order to acquaint you better with the internal processes of our company, we give you a peek into why Wilcom as a software has won favor with our team of embroiderydigitizers and what it means for clients like you.
One of the primary reasons for our embroidery digitizer team to work with Wilcom is its popularity. Since Wilcom is the preferred choice for most embroiderers and offers the flexibility to deliver digitized files in other formats as well, our team has been trained to work with the same. This not only helps us ensure better compatibility for production runs, but also translates into the fact that since most embroiderers are familiar with the Wilcom format, they can easily make minor edits at their end, without having to waste precious time in information exchange, thus optimizing the production process for swifter delivery.
Wilcom also enables an embroidery digitizer to offer quicker turnarounds, since it features an efficient auto vector to stitch conversion process. With a few simple steps and edits, our team is able to convert any vector shape sent to us into production ready embroidery, allowing you to always stay on target with your timelines. Featuring an advanced set of sophisticated tools for editing and enhancements, our team of embroidery digitizers is able to create reliable and high quality designs time and again with utmost efficiency. This translates into the fact that you can be assured of quality results each time. Furthermore, since Wilcom allows digitizers to create a PDF simulation of how your design will finally appear on fabric, it helps us move along the approval process in a more professional manner, thereby eliminating the room for error at early stages, while maintaining high quality standards, always.