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1 month 1 week ago #3817 by LuciusEMiles
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I have a design that I need to make bigger. When I stretch it by pulling it from the corners it's not increasing the thread count.
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1 month 4 days ago - 1 month 4 days ago #3821 by Petar
Replied by Petar on topic Resize Design
It's because the option selection is set to outlines/objects off. When opening the file via the open dialog there is an options button. Click it and change the setting from off to on by ticking it then click OK.

Stitch files should not be resized more than 10%
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1 month 4 days ago #3822 by LightishRedd
Replied by LightishRedd on topic Resize Design
.DST files are machine files that tell your embroidery machine the location to place each stitch. In a sense they're STATIC files, meaning there's not much else you can do with them other than run them on the machine.

What you need is your design in Wilcom's .EMB file format. This is a DYNAMIC file format, a file that saves the properties of embroidery objects like letters, shapes, stitch types, size, etc. A .EMB will allow you to change the size of individual objects or every object all at once, and will recalculate the number of stitches needed to keep the same stitch lengths and densities for each object.

Resizing a .DST just expands the size of the design while retaining all of the original stitch points in the design, stretching stitch lengths and pulling each pass of a satin or fill stitch father apart.

Hope this helps.

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