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Port Connection to Embroidery Machine - Sending Design

Use this command if you want to send (upload) a design from Embird to embroidery machine via serial communication link.

1 - Run Embird, it will start in "Manager" mode.

2 - Select the design you want to send to embroidery machine in "Files" box on Right Panel.  (Picture No. 1). To select the design, please move mouse pointer to its file name and click the left mouse button.

1. Select design

Select design to be sent to embroidery machine

3 - Select "Right Panel > Input/Output Operations > Port Connection to Embroidery Machine" menu (Picture No. 2).

2. Select "Right Panel > Input/Output Operations > Port Connection to Embroidery Machine" menu

Select "Right Panel > Input/Output Operations > Port Connection to Embroidery Machine" menu

4 - A dialog box will appear on the screen (Picture No. 2). Choose type of embroidery machine (1). Check the "Serial port" settings - you must choose the port on which there is attached a serial communication cable to your embroidery machine (2) and also the correct baud rate (3).

5 - Now you are ready to send the design to the embroidery machine. Go to your embroidery machine and prepare it for receiving the design on communication port connected to PC. Find how to make this operation in the manual for your embroidery machine.

6 - Return to your PC and click "Send to embroidery machine" button (Picture No. 3).

3. Check serial port settings

Check serial port settings

7 - Another dialog box appears on the screen, allowing to change the position of design starting point (Picture No. 4).

4. Starting point position

Starting point position

8 - The serial communication between PC and embroidery machine will start. Embird will send the bytes of the selected design and it will show the progress (Picture No. 5).

5. Send design to embroidery machine

Send design to embroidery machine

9 - Once the uploading is finished, Embird will display the results of data transfer. Now you are ready to sew out the design on your embroidery machine.

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