convert into a required card format for Brother, Baby Lock,
Bernina Deco, Simplicity, White, Viking/Husqvarna, Pfaff and
Bernina Artista from any of the read formats.
Box reads many embroidery formats including (at the time of
publication) PES, PEC, PHB, PHC, HUS, SHV, VIP, VP3, JEF, JEF+,
SEW, DST, EXP, XXX, ART(v1-3), EMB(v1-6), JAN(v1).
- No limit
to the number of designs written to cards other than card space.
save and catalogue designs into folders on your computer from
re-writable and most pre-programmed design cards.
- Add /
Rename / Explore folders, Delete individual designs, Erase Card
and lots of other functions.
Un-Zip. No more time to spend and no additional software to
use to open .ZIP design files. Automatically repairs designs
even in some corrupted .ZIP files created by other conversion
flawlessly with all Windows operating systems including XP, Vista 32 and 64 Bit and
Windows 7. MAC users need to have Virtual Explorer installed.
- The program
does not crash or go away if the box is unplugged! Plug/unplug
the Ultimate box as many times as you want, use different boxes
of the same type or switch between single slot UB and dual slot
- 3-D view
to see the thread texture of the design.
actual-size templates of designs to be written or designs that
have been read and stored.
- Fine tuning
of file splits. Control how designs get split when using older
formats/machines. No other box program has allowed the user
to customize it to the degree the Ultimate box does. Very useful
for modern machines which allow higher stitch/color counts.
interface. This is the most user-friendly design for any box
program ever. See more than 6 designs at a time. Window layout
is adjustable and remembered.
- Use a
Card Area to see what you will be writing to the card. See how
full the card will be when you write. Card Gauge shows card
capacity used by percent.
colors used in actual design are written and read. Unlike other
embroidery boxes that use standardized palette.
- A comprehensive
help system. - Languages: English, German and French (at the
time of publication).