What would you do with Lettering parts on your logo designs?
Using Windows True Type Fonts (TTF), converting them into Wilcom Standard ESA Embroidery Fonts?
Quick and easy to do, but you will get a terrible result.
- Thread breakage, unnecessary trims.
- Stitch angles and stem intersections are not compatible with embroidery standard.
- Stitches are often created with fusion fill which spends much times and also very difficult to edit.
- Letters are uneven, due to be not well allowed for push/pull movement.
- Stitches are not smooth, corners and overlaps look bad.
Using built-in fonts which Wilcom supports as free embroidery standard fonts?
Better result, but still not satisfy most of customers.
- Letters are allowed better for push/pull movement, but still not good enough.
- Some letters are distorted after adjusting layout.
- Texts are uneven, stitches are not really smooth.
Manually digitizing texts by yourself?
That’s great. You will get the best result with your best effort. But this will cost you so much so much times, and you can not reuse what you did yesterday even though they look the same style as what you are doing. It means you have to do the same work again, again and over again…
Also, if your customers want to change/swap to the new text, you will have to redo almost all letters.
And if you are the beginners on embroidery who have less experience, the quality of texts sewn-out is really a challenge.
Using specific Wilcom ESA fonts created by experienced Wilcom digitizers
- Quality is nice because stitches are digitized with strictly embroidery standard.
- Letters are allowed well for push/pull movement, so texts are even and stitches look smooth.
- Quickly and easy to edit, resize or replace texts if necessary.
- Perfect for creating Team Names like other standard fonts, quickly adjust their baselines and layouts, save your time.
- The products can be used again and again without spending your time and effort for high quality. So less experienced digitizers can make quite qualified designs, like experts.
- Especially, it costs you very cheap for each font. This will help you own as many fonts as possible for your collection.
What is the Wilcom esa embroidery font? And how to use it?
Wilcom ESA font is a set of specific alphabet which created by users and saved into their Wilcom software as a Wilcom standard font. This ESA font, then, can be used with full functions, like standard fonts free supplied by Wilcom. (You can learn how to create this kind of font here if you are interested.)
If the ESA fonts are made by experienced digitizers, they are very good embroidery fonts for digitizing, even better than the available Wilcom standard fonts.
Why not try
Spending money for one, and using it to earn money forever, that is what the ESA fonts can bring to you. For digitizers, you can make qualified texts easily and quickly while your competitors must spend much time and effort to do the same work.
Please visit our shop to check for our new ESA embroidery fonts released.