Creating evenly spaced Auto Split stitching

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1 year 11 months ago #306 by Pascale R.
Sometimes, the Auto-Split satin stitching looks 'uniform', other times it splits into into multiple different splits within the same area, like this:



I suspect the number of grooves is dependent on the total width of the area, but I don't like the look when it isn't uniform.

I noticed in this alphabet created by The Itch 2 Stitch, that the letters appears to have consistent auto-split satin throughout the letters (screenshot from their website):



How can this be accomplished in Wilcom?
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1 year 11 months ago #307 by vitordigitizing
Maybe that can help you.

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1 year 11 months ago #309 by Pascale R.
Thank you for the help.

I can reproduce your stitch fill; but only because I see the setting in your emb file.

I don't understand the 'anatomy' of the pattern (or any split pattern, for that matter), and I would never have figured out what settings to change on my own!

I barely understand what the settings do. In this example, I think I this might be right, but I'm not sure:


For the Flexsplit you used for the "D", I can't figure out what stitches make up the x, y or column.


I fee really dumb :unsure:
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1 year 11 months ago #313 by Barbara
playing with the min and maximum values of Split Satin can help especially when the line width is consistent.
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