Embroidery Hub Ep. 05: How to Embroider Shoes With a Robot Frame | Embroidery Tutorial

Embroidery Hub Ep. 05: How to Embroider Shoes With a Robot Frame | Embroidery Tutorial


Okay, everyone. We’re back here with many today on embroidery Hub? And he’s going to talk to you about embroidering on shoes using the robot frame Hi, so when it comes to the brotherhood shoes it can be quite difficult Hoping it if you don’t have the proper tools luckily we have the robot frame It makes it very very very easy to actually embroider on shoes as you can see here We have a few example that we’ve actually done using the robot frame here. You can see that We’ve uploaded some wording on the side of the shoe you can also get the back of the shoe Or you can even get the tongue of our students such as you can see here Makes it much more easier with the robot frame so today what we’re going to do is virtually going to show you an example on how to remoter on each of these specific Areas of a shoe alright, and we’re going to start off with the side of the shoe now before we get into that I just want to explain to you a little bit about what the robot frame actually is and how it actually works so here We already have our robot frame set up as you can see it’s made up of two clamps that you have here that Hold onto the shoe itself and these two clamps here have two individual hoses one for each clamp that are connected into an Air compressed box which is also connected to an air compressor The Air compressor will feed air compressed air into the box and in that box holds it For when you need to use the air to compress the two clamps together the way that works is that when I press on this foot pedal here It’s actually going to send the compressed air through the hoses, and it’s going to close in on the clasp apply pressure pressurized closer here alright substernal let them go again and So now we’re going to do is we’re going to actually prepare the shoe to go ahead and place it onto our frame So we’re going to go use our adhesive backing for this scenario So the first one we’re going to do is we’re going to do embroidering on the side of the shoe So with the sticky side of the adhesive we’re going to go ahead and stick it right on to the side of the shoe We’re actually going to embroider Alright Okay, so once we have that there. We’re going to do is we’re going to go ahead and place the shoe in between the clamps Let me slide it right in now. We’re going to go ahead and press peddle to clamp it together Now the first thing you’re going to want to do is you’re going to want to do a trace I’m going to do the contour one it goes through all the stitching The reason why I do it is because it goes much slower, and it won’t push the shoe out of the way now It pushes the shadow way like I just did there that’s actually a good thing because it allows me to make sure that I have It even so that on the actual stitching. It’s not going to push it on the way, then I lose registration So now that I started that’s good. I’m going to do is I’m going to go ahead and just start the design Alright, so here. We have our finished product and see my coma you just go ahead and tear away our adhesive backing You’re all set just get it on the side So now we’re going to go ahead and jump into doing the back of the shoe alright Okay, so now we’re going to go ahead and import at the back of the shoe So the only difference between the side and the back of the shoe is for the plants that compressed what I’ve done is I’ve gone ahead and released one of the clamps from the back by unscrewing the bolt that holds it and basically just sliding it in and Then tying it back into place so that now the two clamps are closer together To accommodate for the spacing in the back just enough Since our logo is going to be much smaller alright. So now that it’s there. I’m just going to go ahead and trace it Once I know that I’m in the clear I go ahead and start All right now, so let’s go ahead and check on our finished product here. We have it back of the R And now we’re going to go ahead and embroider it on the tongue itself alright, so for embroidering the tongue I’m going to keep the same distance that I had for the back because essentially I mean Vertically the shoe is the same width So with the tongue is going to be the same thing in some cases you may need to spread it out by the Dissin Ariel no need to All right so you now have the tongue clamped on we have our heats of backing all we have to do now is just trace our designs and make sure I’m not going to run into the frame itself That looks good, so we’re going to go ahead and just let the design All righty so here we have our finished product so as you can see we have managed to embroider on all three sides of the shoe and You have it that is how you embroider on the shoe using a robot frame? 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7 thoughts on “Embroidery Hub Ep. 05: How to Embroider Shoes With a Robot Frame | Embroidery Tutorial

  1. Would you show how you put the clap on РI guess what I'm asking is if you would show a little more detail on attaching the clamp?  Good video on how the clamp sews out.

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