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Wilcom launches EmbroideryConnect wifi device

Wilcom launches EmbroideryConnect wifi device

Leading embroidery and multi-decoration design software company, Wilcom, has announced the launch of its latest embroidery product for 2020 - the EmbroideryConnect WiFi Device, which bridges the gap between embroidery software and embroidery machine.

EmbroideryConnect is a small, yet powerful assistant that enables embroiderers to wirelessly manage and transfer embroidery designs between EmbroideryHub (EmbroideryHub included free in the latest EmbroideryStudio e4.5), and their embroidery machines.

This new device not only saves users an incredible amount of wasted time traveling back and forth through their shops and factories but also enables designs to be selected via a standard barcode reader and loaded into the device, ensuring that the right design is used every time. The device always remains connected to the embroidery machine, eliminating the costly wear and tear of expensive embroidery machine controllers and computers, widely experienced daily by most companies. These are big money-savers.

There are many other benefits too such as encryption and security to keep designs and intellectual property safe, a growing modern concern. Powerful LED lights act as a visual notification so that machine operators can easily manage their designs.

“EmbroideryConnect was designed to be used by all kinds of embroidery businesses. Whether they are smaller single-head embroiderers or larger factories with many multi-head machines, we wanted to create a solution that is plug ‘n play, simple to use and for a low-cost. All that is required along with the EmbroideryHub software, is a simple WiFi network, already found in most businesses and homes. Embroiderers can be up and running in minutes and reaping the benefits of this new technology from day one,” said Richard Wienburg, Wilcom’s Chief Marketing Officer.

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