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Hi!
Im new to the site and even newer to embroidering.
I am looking to get into a business and dont know how to put this all
together.
I am looking to buy a Toyota Expert 850 machine that has no
software. The image I have is in .dst. What do I need to be
able to use the machine and image together?
Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Anna T.




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Re: Software and Machine


I owned a Toyota 650 pro machine and a few Brothers. I would stay away from
the Toyota.

You will be quick to find out that Toyota is a made up name for machines
that not many support. The unit we had was like using a hexadecimal keypad
and taking a step back into the 1970s on computers, compared to the user
friendly screens on today's machines. Industrial quality machine but an old
junker compared to the modern semi-pro home machines.

Highly not recommended to start on.

.dst format specifies no colours and is a lousy way to start on embroidery.
If you are going to produce hundreds of patterns the same on a multihead
machine then, probably the way to go. learn on a more user frinedly machine
first.



Hi!
Im new to the site and even newer to embroidering.
I am looking to get into a business and dont know how to put this all
together.
I am looking to buy a Toyota Expert 850 machine that has no
software. The image I have is in .dst. What do I need to be
able to use the machine and image together?
Any help would be greatly appreciated.

-------------------------------------
Anna T.




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Re: Software and Machine


samsam had written this in response to
http://www.sewgirls.com/embroidery/Re-Software-and-Machine-2968-.htm  :
Any suggestion? I have freinds that started a tshirt business and asked me
if i was interested in doing the embroidery work. Frankly, Im clueless.


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Anna T.




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Re: Software and Machine


LOL I have freinds thickaz in the head than your freinds LOL LOL LOL
Made to order user frinedly qualty klutz weave!
Do you sew buttons upsite down to!
LOL
LOL
LOL



samsam had written this in response to
http://www.sewgirls.com/embroidery/Re-Software-and-Machine-2968-.htm  :
Any suggestion? I have freinds that started a tshirt business and asked me
if i was interested in doing the embroidery work. Frankly, Im clueless.


Josepi wrote:

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Anna T.




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Re: Software and Machine


Apollogies for the troll trying to disrupt real conversation, here.

He has no morals. Beware.



"hopper" snipped-for-privacy@aemail4u.com wrote in message
LOL I have freinds thickaz in the head than your freinds LOL LOL LOL
Made to order user frinedly qualty klutz weave!
Do you sew buttons upsite down to!
LOL
LOL
LOL





Re: Software and Machine


You are new to embroidery Anna so looking at machines
should be your last step in business setup as it is
very competitive and only the highly skilled do well
just look at the houses you would not buy from!
Look at the joespi writer to see a snoop making
lies to start trouble take no truck with his lies.
He writes under many names to steal work from
the hard work helpers in embroidery and steals the
names of the helpers! The name he used before discovery
of all his lies was Gymmy Bob.
History for his devil evil is all logged on Google.
http://groups.google.com/group/alt.solar.photovoltaic/msg/a57dda4e6757f15c?hl=en
Ask your question in alt.binaries.crafts.pictures for
best opinion on embroidery.

ciao

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bambi

Re: Software and Machine


Don't feed the troll.


You are new to embroidery Anna so looking at machines
should be your last step in business setup as it is
very competitive and only the highly skilled do well
just look at the houses you would not buy from!
Look at the joespi writer to see a snoop making
lies to start trouble take no truck with his lies.
He writes under many names to steal work from
the hard work helpers in embroidery and steals the
names of the helpers! The name he used before discovery
of all his lies was Gymmy Bob.
History for his devil evil is all logged on Google.
http://groups.google.com/group/alt.solar.photovoltaic/msg/a57dda4e6757f15c?hl=en
Ask your question in alt.binaries.crafts.pictures for
best opinion on embroidery.

ciao

--

bambi



Re: Software and Machine



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No new news in the feeding your ego Mister Gymmy.
None of the above makes any sense for a user linking to
the corruption you use in smearing your fun.
Take nothing away from the trashy information you
posted for here is what you posted before Toyota in
2005.
Not knowing the group has an archive is your single
stoopid mark of the devil.

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I have a Toyota 850 that has the same problem. I think
the problem is that
the software has been customized inside to only accept
their protocl and you
require passwords to make the machine talk to the
software. I have only the
serial port and no floppy drive so I am stuck using
their crumby software to
make the transfer.

Wilcom says their software will talk to the machine but
I have tried their
software and their is no place to install a machine
password. I have tried
all the serial post hardware analysers I can muster and
the handshakes and
all are right on with the software I don't like. It has
to be in a password.
It took me months to convince the originator I changed
machines and I am
still the original purchaser in order to get the
password for the machine.

The professional embroidery machine market is sown up
tight here. I cannot
purchase shirts or hats or any thing without belong to
a Guild. I buy my
stuff at Walmart becuase it is cheaper. I had to
install 4 password to make
this junk work before I was done and click a "I swear"
checkbox everytime I
turn the junk on. The market is very nervous and for
good reason.

Call the hardware factory and see if you get some
generous soul to have pity
and supply the answers. I was told 8 different answers
by 8 different tech
help people on mine.

best of luck.

YOU ARE A LIAR Mister Gymmy.



Re: Software and Machine


Hard to keep so many nicknames straight, in his head...

No new news in the feeding your ego Mister Gymmy.
None of the above makes any sense for a user linking to
the corruption you use in smearing your fun.
Take nothing away from the trashy information you
posted for here is what you posted before Toyota in
2005.
Not knowing the group has an archive is your single
stoopid mark of the devil.

Path:...!nntp.golden.net!news.golden.net.POSTED!not-for-mail
NNTP-Posting-Date: Thu, 10 Mar 2005 18:00:07 -0600
Newsgroups: alt.sewing.mach-embroider
Subject: Re: Help for serial communication with SWF
industrial
Date: Thu, 10 Mar 2005 19:00:44 -0500
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X-MSMail-Priority: Normal
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of ALL headers
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process your complaint properly
X-Postfilter: 1.3.31

I have a Toyota 850 that has the same problem. I think
the problem is that
the software has been customized inside to only accept
their protocl and you
require passwords to make the machine talk to the
software. I have only the
serial port and no floppy drive so I am stuck using
their crumby software to
make the transfer.

Wilcom says their software will talk to the machine but
I have tried their
software and their is no place to install a machine
password. I have tried
all the serial post hardware analysers I can muster and
the handshakes and
all are right on with the software I don't like. It has
to be in a password.
It took me months to convince the originator I changed
machines and I am
still the original purchaser in order to get the
password for the machine.

The professional embroidery machine market is sown up
tight here. I cannot
purchase shirts or hats or any thing without belong to
a Guild. I buy my
stuff at Walmart becuase it is cheaper. I had to
install 4 password to make
this junk work before I was done and click a "I swear"
checkbox everytime I
turn the junk on. The market is very nervous and for
good reason.

Call the hardware factory and see if you get some
generous soul to have pity
and supply the answers. I was told 8 different answers
by 8 different tech
help people on mine.

best of luck.

YOU ARE A LIAR Mister Gymmy.




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