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3 months 2 weeks ago #2262 by Gina
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WHERE IS THE PDF of fonts showing size minimum/maximum height etc

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3 months 2 weeks ago #2263 by Pascale R.
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Hi Gina,

In 4.2 go to Help Menu > Reference Manual, then scroll to page 1202.

Hope that helps!

Pascale
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3 months 2 weeks ago #2264 by Gina
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looks like 5mm is the smallest, I was hoping for 3.5 - 4 mm oh well......

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3 months 2 weeks ago #2271 by Pascale R.
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Hi Gina .. you can try to go smaller and adjust the underlay & density, and use 60 wt thread and 65/9 needle

Have you checked the 3rd party sites to see if they have esa fonts in that size?

www.wilcomfonts.com/
www.wilcomembroideryfonts.com/product-ca.../fonts-script-fonts/
www.hatchbeginners.com/product-category/hatch-fonts/
embroidery4u.com/wilcom-esa-keyboard-fonts/

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3 months 2 weeks ago #2275 by yogisaw
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Hi Gina

I don't think there are any fonts for such small lettering. You will have to digitize by yourself by following Pascale's instructions. also put your machine on slow speed (approx 500-600 rpm) You can achieve good result for 3.75 mm size lettering in woven fabric for knitted fabric minimum 5 mm is required.

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3 months 2 weeks ago #2281 by antony
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Actually the Reference Manual e4.1 PDF said 4mm, not 5mm as in e4.2 PDF.

Anyhow, this is my sample I made before e4.2 was released.

blue text are 4mm size with some adjustments.
(blue and green threads are 60wt with 65/9 needle, red thread is 40wt.)
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3 months 2 weeks ago #2282 by Gina
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Thank you all, nice idea Antony, I should do that so customers could see how they sew out.

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3 months 2 weeks ago #2284 by yogisaw
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Usually I do not go for ESA fonts if the size required is below 6 mm. I prefer taking them as backdrop then digitize them manually according to the size required. here is sample image of 3.75 mm writing,
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3 months 2 weeks ago #2285 by antony
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Yogisaw, you did a good digitising on small font!

When I notice small fonts needed to be stitched/digitised, I usually show the one stitched out in regular 40wt thread (see below) to most customers, and explain that embroidery is not designed for small text, small text don't look good, and blah blah. (shh...)



This usually works on making customers have larger fonts.

When I do font size smaller than 6mm, I usually replace them with similar small fonts (ESA), and some setting adjustments.
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