Dress up a letter with a specialty stitch such as French dots, flowers, triangles, ovals, and more.
With Auto Laser Lettering, a wide range of new looks in lettering, monogramming, and logos can be
achieved. Once a style is completed, it can be saved for quick recall, where the user would only need to enter the new lettering.
With the ALL program, which is a derivative of FocusCut III laser cutting software and Proel Millennium digitizing software, users can take advantage of the newest, fastest techniques for creating appliqués embroidered lettering and numbering, the easy way.
ALL automates the process of designing number and letter appliqué designs that are then sent to the laser for cutting and embroidering. With ALL, it is profitable to create even a single piece because of the time and labor savings.
It works with True Type fonts to create the most popular typeface styles. It also offers a variety of finishing stitches such as zigzag, column, bean (triple), and a single running stitch. Characters may be created for single or multiple layers of fabrics thus providing for kiss cut and multicolored appliqués.
ALL offers full control of cutting and stitching line placements thus enabling the user to create a variety of appliqués, including but not limited to reverse, multi-layer, and fashion trim appliqués where a running stitch is sewn in the middle of the fabric and then cut on both sides of the stitch to create a fat-looking column. Favorite styles may be created and the font, stitch type, size, and border can be saved for quick recall.
ALL also can be used for vector shapes and images other than letters and numbers, thus making it an automatic appliqué digitizing system as well. The same capabilities that are used for letters and numbers may be applied to any True Type image, thus making ALL a program that automates and combines stitching and cutting simultaneously.
The greatest feature of ALL is its ability to automatically generate embroidery data, cutting data, and the necessary automatic offset when using a LaserBridge or E-Laser machines.
The automatic offset feature tells the embroidery machine and laser where to go after the embroidery process is completed. It offers full control to allow for precise positioning of the laser as well as the correct depth that the laser should cut.