Welcome To EagleDigitizing

Now is the Time to Choose Eagle Digitizing

It can be frustrating to have very little to work in the design specification from your customer, but you can rely on Eagle Digitizing to use all their experience and professionalism to take the smallest details and turn them into an inspiring digitized embroidery design.  There’s no need to worry about having a disappointed, impatient customer on your hands while you wait for your customized design, because we will be on it and get you a 24 hour turnaround – speedy delivery of quality results is something we have built our reputation on over close to twenty years.


Embroidery Digitizing Technology

Digitizing embroidery designs means they are much easier to access, edit and format and they can be stored in different ways to ensure their safety and protection.  Having digitized designs on a computer means that artists have access to a world of different shades, effects, shapes and other visually appealing features which take the quality of their work to a whole new level, and this can only benefit the customer.


Understanding the Digitizing Industry

The digitizing industry for embroidery really began back in the 1980’s. Shortly after computers became more readily available, more reliable and less expensive, Peter Haas’s 1970’s designs for prototypes of embroidery digitizers and computerized embroidery digitizing machines were taken up by the Melco distribution company. These very first machines used large looms, manufactured by Schiffili, which allowed for the quick and efficient embroidery of large scale patterns and designs. For the first time, labour time was cut down considerably and larger orders could be produced by even small companies. These first digitization models also became available to home embroiderers.


The Benefits of Digitized Embroidery Over Other Methods

There are, of course, other methods to embroidery. It is generally believed that the first prototypes for a computerized embroidery machine were created by Dutch inventor and entrepreneur Peter Haase in the early 1970’s. Before this date, largely because computers were so expensive and largely problematic in themselves, it simply wasn’t cost effective to use computerised systems within the embroidery industry. However, early embroidery machines tended to work by punching holes into a tape that could be run through a machine. This method was rife with problems and one mistake at any point in the process would ruin the entire project.


Rest Assured with Top Customer Support Service

Eagle Digitizing are committed to providing the very best customer service. As the industry leader, it is vitally important to Eagle not only to attract new customers, but to ensure customers will return again and again. A great way to ensure total customer satisfaction is to implement a system by which customers feel connected with the production process and can get their questions answered quickly and efficiently.


How Eagle Digitizing Have Built their Success

The boom in the embroidery business began in the 1980’s, once computers had become less expensive and computerized embroidery digitizing and embroidery systems became more readily available to smaller businesses. Eagle entered the picture in the early 1990’s and were able to build a business that based itself on expert knowledge across the entire production process. Now, in 2012, they are the industry leader - as such, customers can rest assured they will receive the very highest quality at the most competitive prices. Having established a strong client based, and developed a clear and easy to use website, Eagle Digitization cannot be beaten for convenience, clarity, quality and consistency.


Great Customer Service Points

As the industry leader, Eagle Digitizing is committed to unparalleled customer service. With 16 years’ experience, Eagle understands that the digitizing industry is a commutative one. However, Eagle offers a number of great attractive features that have succeeded in gaining huge clients such as Apple and McDonalds.

A Brief Guide to Digitizing

Digitizing is the process by which embroidery design (whether images of lettering) are set into a pattern that allows the design to be transferred to fabric in a workable and durable manner. Careful and thoughtful digitizing will allow a pattern or design to be embroidered without jump stitches or broken stitches – both these factors make for a professional appearance, which will not become damaged or frayed.



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