Quantum XL 1000

Hi. I have just recently begun to embroidery (and I mean I still have my
beginner 101 shoes on). I only want to use the text embroidery function
of this machinge (not needing to embroider a rose on my blue jean jacket
just yet). I do not want to purchase the 2.0 software unless I really
need it to maximize the embroidery text funtion. So, I have two questions
1. is there a function on my machine like an "enter" button on a computer
that will allow me to line down to embroider multiple rows of text. And
2. can I purchase a card that will give me more font options.
I would greatly, greatly appreciate any assist that some of the pro's out
there may be able to offer. I just don't want to over-by in search of
functions that I am already capable of doing on my machine as it is
currently.
Thanks, thanks, thanks for any assist you maybe able to offer!
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Reply to
aprilspeechreed
I cannot answer questions regarding your particular machine, but isn't there information in the manual for doing those things?
Or if not, how about the free workbook?
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BEI Design
I hope your manual's better than mine. It begins with: How to modify the ribbon. Ribbon? What ribbon? Why would I modify it? The manual for my embroidery machine is the most tedious, convoluted aggravating piece of printing in the history of the world. They really should have provided a bullet to bite while I struggle with it. Polly
Reply to
Polly Esther
The manuals typically make more sense the less you need them.
We all started out frustrated as hell but it gets better as you learn. The worst thing for me was having a machine that needed tuning up and having the seller continually sell me more gadgets to compensate for it. AFter about the forth tune-up the thing worked like a charm and we haven't had 2% of the problems since. The separate thread stand was about the only valid thing they ever sold us. The rest was all unecessary money spent. Organ needles helped us a fair bit also. The cheap ones supplied and sold by the seller were of poor design and jammed the thread often. The Organ ones had a better slot for the thread to sit inside and a much smaller "hip" above the "eye". The seller's needles would catch the material and lift it so hard it would pull the needle out of the jaw, despite plier tightening.
Try different things and have patience. It's a hobby and it gets better as you learn and get past it.
I hope your manual's better than mine. It begins with: How to modify the ribbon. Ribbon? What ribbon? Why would I modify it? The manual for my embroidery machine is the most tedious, convoluted aggravating piece of printing in the history of the world. They really should have provided a bullet to bite while I struggle with it. Polly
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Josepi

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