There is a lot of interest in learning how to do 3D puff embroidery or 3D foam embroidery. Embroidery is a growing business. In order to make the designs on baseball caps strong, they use 3s embroidery foam. This is where the name "3d puff embroidery" comes from. Over the years, there has been a rise in the number of people who want 3D demands, especially for caps and hats. Embroidery is used to make your logo look textured. The only difference is that it adds a layer of Foam to the logo, which gives it more depth. If you want to make a 3D puff embroidery, you have to do a lot of work.
Digitizing Technique for 3D Foam
When you digitize 3D Foam, the process is very similar to how you digitize applique. The only difference is that you cover stitch around the Foam, which makes the high-density satin stitch mostly used. Some things to think about before you start:
- Choose a machine that fits your needs. Do a few tests on different machines to find the one that works best for your desired optimum speed and gives you the best results.
- Choose the right fabric for 3D puff embroidery. The stitch density is usually high, so you don't want to choose delicate or slippery fabrics for this type of embroidery. They are more durable than towels, which lose their loft and make the design look far away to make it more interesting.
- In order to make it easier to remove the Foam after you cut through the Foam, sharpen your needles. It is very important to use sharp needles for cutting through Foam.
- Choose the right Foam because if the Foam is too hard, it will be hard to remove the extra after you embroider. Keep in mind that when choosing the color of Foam, it is very important to keep in mind the color of Foam, as well.
A guide for how to digitize 3D puff embroidery
- You should choose satin fill because it doesn't have any stitches inside the object, which is important because the needle stitch cuts the Foam every time it penetrates. It's important that the Foam doesn't push down on and push down on the stitches with the object. Satin Fill is the only filling that can do this.
- Use a 1.7mm run stitch to hold down the Foam.
- Close the open ends by putting a small column across the open ends. This will help cut the Foam at the ends and keep the Foam from poking or lifting from the end cover stitches, which can be dangerous.
- Lay the underlay with zigzag stitch spacing of 1.5 to 2.0mm. This will keep the Foam down as you cut and cover it, as well.
- How thick and high and what color of Foam is used to make the satin cover should be changed to make it denser. It must be between 0.2 and 0.4mm thick when the satin is auto-spaced.
- If the Foam used has a thickness of 0.3 to 0.5mm, then the pull compensation must be raised to that height.
- Make sure to tie off the stitches.
- As soon as you finish embroidering, gently pull some foam away from the design.