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April 7, 2006

DIY Computerized Embroidery

at 10:14 pm. Filed under Computer Hacks, DIY Hacks, Electronic Hacks

If you can’t afford to buy something, make it yourself. Full instructions and code are available to make your own computerized embroidery machine.

“After seeing some computerized home embroidering/sewing machines in
operation, we were intrigued. But they were priced in the range of a
good multimedia PC system. We next happened upon a store where a large,
costly embroidery system was in operation making large jacket designs.
This was in the price range of a luxury car. We decided we’d have to try
to make one much cheaper.”


 

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11 Responses to “DIY Computerized Embroidery”

  1. pedro Says:

    he visto el articulo de la bordadora, pero se me dificulta porque no entiendo totalmente los terminos y se me dificulta un poco el ingles ¿tienen el articulo en español?

    gracias:

  2. pedro Says:

    la traduccion al español que tienen no es muy clara

  3. McKee Says:

    Link is not working – please update.

  4. Alan Parekh Says:

    Hi McKee,

    The link works for me.

  5. McKee Says:

    OK, Thanks – now it’s better:

    “Due to hardware issues, the WebCom web server is currently unavailable.
    We hope to have the issue resolved shortly. Please check back soon.”

    So I hope the page will be available (At least I have hope now).

  6. Jess Says:

    Can you tell me how to find the full directions for this? The link is not working. Thanks

  7. Alan Parekh Says:

    Hi Jess,

    I guess they could be redesigning the site… It didn’t work for me this time either. Google has cached the information however it is just the text:
    http://72.14.205.104/search?q=cache:h4A1VG2MIeUJ:www.webcom.com/sknkwrks/embroidr.htm+%22After+seeing+some+computerized+home+embroidering/sewing+machines+in+operation%22&hl=en&ct=clnk&cd=2

  8. Jess Says:

    Thanks.Of course I’m trying to get all the pics and links. I’m not that handy, and I need all the instructions I can get.

  9. Joni Joel kehl Says:

    Olá.
    Desculpe por falar somente portugues.
    Como faço para comprar o software de controle da máquina de bordado.
    Tenho experiencia em montagem de CNC.
    Grato

  10. Kim Says:

    Ok so I found this while trying to find someone that may have hacked a Brother SE-350 adding a usb port to it ( the SE-400 is the same machine but has been updated to have the port) there is a place on the machine where to updated one has the port and the SE-350 already has a card slot but no usb port. Anny ideas or tips on how I might add a port??

  11. Scott Says:

    FYI: As of 03/17/2013, the following is a working link to the DIY Computerized Embroidery,

    http://130.94.182.150/embroidr.htm

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