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    Corel to DST

    is there a way to design in corel then save as DST file some how?
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    Bert
    You might try saving it as an EPS in Corel then send it to whoever needs the DST. I'm not sure of this but it's worth a try.
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    Bert,

    If this is for embroidery process than you need a conversion to stitching process.
    This takes skill and time to get it optimized.
    People in the field should be able to get your PDF format and convert it to what it needs to be.
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    sorry bout the delay was thinking about a machine to do patches b ut decided not to. I WANTED TO DESIGN in corel then send to embroidery machine
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    Bert
    You might look into this. I haven't tried it.

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    Thanks Mike ,I read all the info tried to download the software but kept going in circles, hit download takes you to another page hit download takes you back to previous page. Kinda strange
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    Bert

    if you just want to make holes in patches I believe the "blend" feature in Corel will do that. I have used that feature only once or twice in over 20 years so I can't provide a tutorial but Roy Brewer is a Corel master and he has a tutorial. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7okFhgHzOaw
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    I was thinking about getting a cheap embroidery machine. Was hoping to use corel to design in. didn'r want to have to learn new design software
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    How in the world did you think you could get away with doing that ?

    I engrave for a local woman that designs and embroideries. She exports to pdf for me, I still have to separate as it saves text in two layers that ExCad doesn't like.
    So, It probably won't go the other way easy.
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    My Triumph's Lasersoft program has some sort of DST function, never had a clue what it's supposed to do, but if I click on a painted box and hit 'DST contour map' I can keep pulling boxes out, each one smaller than the one before it? Maybe it's creating a stitch path?
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    [QUOTE=Mike Null;2865863]Bert

    if you just want to make holes in patches I believe the "blend" feature in Corel will do that. I have used that feature only once or twice in over 20 years so I can't provide a tutorial but Roy Brewer is a Corel master and he has a tutorial. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7okFhgHzOaw[/QUOTE

    yes I use the blend tool a lot to make stitching holes for my leather stuff, but I wanted to do lettering on patches
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