RE: [kminternals] Re: KM-Computers
- I use Susans Garment Designer for my patterns. The program is much better priced and much easier to use, but DAK is the only program I know of that can be used with the knitting machines. I have DAK but as I design and do production for a few companies I just haven't had time to play with it yet. Dak uses the serial port for it's cables.
From: mikezcnc [mailto:eemikez@...]
Sent: Monday, November 29, 2004 11:55 AM
Subject: [kminternals] Re: KM-Computers
I sent her a inquiry, I'll post the answer. That is another question:
are there any other programs that allow control of a Brother
electronic knitting machine via a computer?
That unhealty situation of a DAK monopolizing for megabucks the
marked keeps motivating me to get to the bottom of this pile and it
needs to be rectified.
Thanks to your link to Susan's site, I ccame up with a use for a
plotter: a machine plotting sewing patterns!!!!!! Do you know of any
programs that will draw/generate sewing patterns? I could do it in a
1:1 scale. I also came up with an idea of printing patterns for
kayaks or canoes- what a day. Mike
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Kidoodles3" <Kidoodles3@c...>
>to control a Brother machine by a modern
> That is also my goal
> computer and possibly underwindows. You are right that the market
> for such a device inmonopolized.
>About the same time or maybe before DAK, Susan from
> Hello John,
> computer but has sincediscontinued production of it. At that time
> too new tocomputers and didn't purchase it. Maybe this device
>you some more information if you could find one.
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