Question about Sewing Machines
You can purchase design and send them directy to your sewing machine. It has direct connect PC . Which means you can connect it directly from your computure and transfer designs to your sewing machine. Also you can purchase designs in your format from different web sites. They will E mail them to you. Then save them to a USB stick. You can load them from a USB stick into your sewing machine .Look for 2 gig USB sticks ,because when you use larger ones it takes a long time to load the designs. The only drawback to not owning sofeware is you will not be able to see the designs if you chose to save them on your computure. Embird has a 30 free trial and is reasonable priced. It give you the ability to convert designs from other formats and use them in your machine. It will open zipped designs and acts as storage unit for your designs. I do not represent them but i found that it is less expensive than many companies and works well.
Posted on Nov 19, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: embroidery stick
You need the USB Manager software to view the files. Have a look at all the software that were supplied with the machine. Load the embroidery software on your laptop and then open the USB manager.
When it opens it will show a light blue screen and grey icons to the left. Click in "disk", then click on "read disk" and you should be able to see your designs. The grey icons will turn orange were designs are stored, and the grey ones indicate empty space for more designs.
Enjoy your fantastic machine
Posted on Dec 18, 2007
If not a USB model, you have to get the disgustingly expensive Babylock palette box ($500) and software with the blank card to transfer the designs from cd or files. Beware of making the embroidery too small, it can make the stitch density too great and then the machine cannot sew the design. There is software called Density Works to deal with this problem.
Posted on May 07, 2008
I had the same problem and after buying a new card, found out that you get that message if the pattern you are trying to transfer is too big. reduce the size of the pattern and see if that works
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
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