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DecoStudio delivers complete solution for embroidery & printing
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Jan '08
Wilcom International, a leading developer of embroidery and decorations technology, and Corel Corporation, a leading developer of graphics, productivity and digital media software, introduced DecoStudio, a revolutionary new graphics and embroidery technology ideal for users in the apparel and promotional items industries, as well as embroidery hobbyists.

Offering the industry's most comprehensive solution for multi-decoration design, DecoStudio offers the ease-of-use and full creative power of CorelDRAW Graphics Suite while delivering the digitizing quality and flexibility of Wilcom ES.

With DecoStudio, users can effortlessly combine embroidery and print, moving easily between vector art and embroidery elements, while keeping everything in one file for production purposes. In addition, designs can now be layered with different techniques including screenprint, direct-to-garment, print embroidery, applique and more, making linear workflows a thing of the past.

“For over 27 years Wilcom has lead the industry with innovations in quality embroidery software technology,” said Martin Kristiaman, CEO of Wilcom International. “After surveying our vast user base, we discovered that CorelDRAW was by far the most popular graphics tool for the print and embroidery industry worldwide, so we are truly excited about our partnership with Corel.

We believe DecoStudio is a new milestone that benefits the multi-decorations industry and makes it easy for users to visualize and design a creative mix of garment printing, embroidery and applique.”

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