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Re: max stitches for a design on a 12000?

favymtz
 

The other piece of information that's incorrect on the chart is the 9900 should be Y(es) for USB transfer.



Re: max stitches for a design on a 12000?

Pixey
 

I remember seeing this chart before and it is not quite accurate for the 350e.  You can do a file transfer via a USB, so it should be Y not N.  Also the folder path is actually a double level one EmbF>MyDesign.

I also have stocked up on smaller drives because I find they do work a lot faster and my older 350e in particular liked USB drives of 1G or less.  Trade show giveaways were a great source for these small drives.
 
Pixey


On Dec 25, 2018, at 10:39 AM, Steven C. Haber <sc_haber@...> wrote:

I know this has already been answered for the 12000, but I knew I had this somewhere from 2015, a summary of the file types, memory including maximum USB memory stick size,  and max stitches for each Janome machine.
 
If the attachment doesn't come through, I'll find another way to share it.
 
When I had my 11000, I remember that although it supported up to a 2GB USB memory stick, the larger the stick, the longer it took to display designs, so I kept small ones around to speed things up.
 
 
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Subject: [onlinesewing-janome] max stitches for a design on a 12000?

What is the max number of stitches I can do in a design with my Janome 12000?
I have googled and looked thru my manual but I am not seeing this info.
TIA! Joyce
<JanomeMachineSummary.pdf>


Re: max stitches for a design on a 12000?

Steven C. Haber
 

I know this has already been answered for the 12000, but I knew I had this somewhere from 2015, a summary of the file types, memory including maximum USB memory stick size,  and max stitches for each Janome machine.
 
If the attachment doesn't come through, I'll find another way to share it.
 
When I had my 11000, I remember that although it supported up to a 2GB USB memory stick, the larger the stick, the longer it took to display designs, so I kept small ones around to speed things up.
 
 

----- Original Message -----
From: Joyce Daniel <mdaniel@...>
Reply-To: <onlinesewing-janome@groups.io>
To: <onlinesewing-janome@groups.io>
Sent: 12/24/2018 7:59:54 PM
Subject: [onlinesewing-janome] max stitches for a design on a 12000?

What is the max number of stitches I can do in a design with my Janome 12000?
I have googled and looked thru my manual but I am not seeing this info.
TIA! Joyce


Re: max stitches for a design on a 12000?

Virginia
 

100,000.




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-------- Original message --------
From: Joyce Daniel <mdaniel@...>
Date: 12/24/18 7:59 PM (GMT-05:00)
To: onlinesewing-janome@groups.io
Subject: [onlinesewing-janome] max stitches for a design on a 12000?

What is the max number of stitches I can do in a design with my Janome 12000?
I have googled and looked thru my manual but I am not seeing this info.
TIA! Joyce


Re: max stitches for a design on a 12000?

Vikki Youngmeyer
 

If memory serves me correctly, it is 100,000 stitches.

 

Vikki

Houston, TX

 

From: onlinesewing-janome@groups.io [mailto:onlinesewing-janome@groups.io] On Behalf Of Joyce Daniel
Sent: Monday, December 24, 2018 7:00 PM
To: onlinesewing-janome@groups.io
Subject: [onlinesewing-janome] max stitches for a design on a 12000?

 

What is the max number of stitches I can do in a design with my Janome 12000?
I have googled and looked thru my manual but I am not seeing this info.
TIA! Joyce


Re: max stitches for a design on a 12000?

cladydi328@...
 

MERRY CHRISTMAS Jim and Diane. Thank you for everything you do for us.
MERRY CHRISTMAS to ALL
Diane in NC
 
 

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Sent: Mon, Dec 24, 2018 10:44 pm
Subject: Re: [onlinesewing-janome] max stitches for a design on a 12000?

100,000


Re: New file uploaded to onlinesewing-janome@groups.io

Sandie Williamson <stitchin211@...>
 

Thank you for Quilted Wreath pattern which I downloaded successfully from my Note 8!  That also is a valid option.
First, I was searching for the original mention of the 'wreath.zip' but without success. Then, there it was!  I saw it listed separately with id on what it was!  Now, it's downloaded but since many have had difficulty opening it, that's my next step.
Bye, Sandie W
Thank you, Sandie Williamson


On Sun, Dec 9, 2018, 11:40 AM onlinesewing-janome@groups.io Notification <onlinesewing-janome+notification@groups.io wrote:

Hello,

This email message is a notification to let you know that a file has been uploaded to the Files area of the onlinesewing-janome@groups.io group.

File: Quilted Wreath.zip

Uploaded By:

Description:
Free in-the-hoop quilting project for members.

You can access this file at the URL:
https://groups.io/g/onlinesewing-janome/files/Quilted%20Wreath.zip

Cheers,
The Groups.io Team


Re: max stitches for a design on a 12000?

Jim Stutsman
 

100,000


Re: Thread stand

Narda Poulin
 

I just learned something from you today I am a Canadian from Ontario and I am 73 and have lived here all my life and did not know that Saskatchewan did not change their time 2 times a year like we do ...goes to show you you are never too old to learn something new. Merry christmas to you and your family

On Dec 24, 2018, at 8:46 AM, Cheryl Paul <capaul@...> wrote:

Hmm! I guess we Canadians need to do something to keep warm on our VERY SHORT winter days and LONG nights, besides cuddle! It is 9:15 am was sunrise and it will set at 4:58 tonight - aren’t we lucky. We’ll make up for that in the 6 months when the opposite happens. Imagine in my working days, that I left the house in the pitch dark and returned home at the end of the day in the dark as well - and we are on Daylight Savings Time ALL year long - we never turn our clocks backwards or forwards anymore for well over 40 years now.

I’m not going to send a picture of the thread stand attached - my sewing room is a MESS, big time. When you receive yours, you’ll know what I’m talking about. You almost need the 3D effect which a photo just doesn’t do justice to. I loosen the 2 screws on the back of the machine - below where the handle rests. I haven’t had one fall out yet and I haven’t taken one out completely either - they must really be long as they aren’t even shaking in their boots once loosened. I am careful though “just in case”. I do sometimes tighten the screws slightly as I need to use a few “sewing words”, if I pull the telescope part up and the whole stand ends up in my hands or falling from my hands, making noise, or worse still a mess or breaking something behind my machine. I don’t tighten to much as then I have to undo to much when I want to remove the stand.

Travel safely in the holidays. A Blessed Christmas to all. Enjoy your turkey dinner or whatever, your tradition. I’ll be turkey’d out by boxing day and craving it on the 27th - and my kids will have all the turkey at their house as they are cooking this year. I’m told that tonights dinner will be cooked by our 13 year old grandson and 11 year old granddaughter. The 13 year old granddaughter, and cousin of the young chef’s informed me that we are having HAMBURGERS tonight - she almost seemed discussed by that thought - isn’t it interesting how children perceive things and give us a different perspective on life. I’ve found it also exciting to see how my 13 grandchildren are growing up and starting to make their mark on the world. We have pianists, a teacher, Scottish Dancers, Baton Twirlers, hockey and ringette players, baseball, and fastball players, Scouts, a saxophone, clarinet and trumpet player, guitar wanna be’s and I can’t forget our Masters Trombone son in law in that mix or and the singers too - quite a mix don’t you think. Grandpa is an old trapper and he’s out today to check his snares and traps to make sure no fur goes to waste.

Cheryl - Saskatoon





max stitches for a design on a 12000?

Joyce Daniel
 

What is the max number of stitches I can do in a design with my Janome 12000?
I have googled and looked thru my manual but I am not seeing this info.
TIA! Joyce


Re: Thread stand

Cheryl Paul
 

Hmm! I guess we Canadians need to do something to keep warm on our VERY SHORT winter days and LONG nights, besides cuddle! It is 9:15 am was sunrise and it will set at 4:58 tonight - aren’t we lucky. We’ll make up for that in the 6 months when the opposite happens. Imagine in my working days, that I left the house in the pitch dark and returned home at the end of the day in the dark as well - and we are on Daylight Savings Time ALL year long - we never turn our clocks backwards or forwards anymore for well over 40 years now.

I’m not going to send a picture of the thread stand attached - my sewing room is a MESS, big time. When you receive yours, you’ll know what I’m talking about. You almost need the 3D effect which a photo just doesn’t do justice to. I loosen the 2 screws on the back of the machine - below where the handle rests. I haven’t had one fall out yet and I haven’t taken one out completely either - they must really be long as they aren’t even shaking in their boots once loosened. I am careful though “just in case”. I do sometimes tighten the screws slightly as I need to use a few “sewing words”, if I pull the telescope part up and the whole stand ends up in my hands or falling from my hands, making noise, or worse still a mess or breaking something behind my machine. I don’t tighten to much as then I have to undo to much when I want to remove the stand.

Travel safely in the holidays. A Blessed Christmas to all. Enjoy your turkey dinner or whatever, your tradition. I’ll be turkey’d out by boxing day and craving it on the 27th - and my kids will have all the turkey at their house as they are cooking this year. I’m told that tonights dinner will be cooked by our 13 year old grandson and 11 year old granddaughter. The 13 year old granddaughter, and cousin of the young chef’s informed me that we are having HAMBURGERS tonight - she almost seemed discussed by that thought - isn’t it interesting how children perceive things and give us a different perspective on life. I’ve found it also exciting to see how my 13 grandchildren are growing up and starting to make their mark on the world. We have pianists, a teacher, Scottish Dancers, Baton Twirlers, hockey and ringette players, baseball, and fastball players, Scouts, a saxophone, clarinet and trumpet player, guitar wanna be’s and I can’t forget our Masters Trombone son in law in that mix or and the singers too - quite a mix don’t you think. Grandpa is an old trapper and he’s out today to check his snares and traps to make sure no fur goes to waste.

Cheryl - Saskatoon


Re: Artistic Digitizer Software Update

Jim Stutsman
 

I'm not seeing the issue on my iMac 27" screen. Our version is 1.0.8856 and Artistic says it's up to date. This could be a bug that only shows up on certain screen sizes or OS versions. We're on Mojave, 10.14.2. Try shutting the computer down (completely turned off) in case it's a temporary hardware glitch. If that doesn't work you'll need tech support, which probably won't be available for the next day or two. When asking for support, in addition to your screen shot be sure to provide the Artistic version (Menu: Artistic -> About Artistic, version & build) as well as your macOS version (Apple icon: About this Mac).


Artistic Digitizer Software Update

Marsha_Comcast
 

I just had an update for my Janome Artistic Digitizer Software. Everything relaunched fine except now the new file window is stuck in the lower left corner of the app window. I can’t grab the title bar and I can’t scroll. It’s the same in full screen view. Anyone else have this issue or is this my price for being an early adopter?! I am on a Mac and running Mojave OS. I am new to this software and new to embroidery. 

Thank you,
Marsha


Re: Thread stand

HEATHER COWAN
 

I also screwed the screws into the back of the machine till they are secure but not tight and then I hang the thread stand on them. I did the same thing with my 9900 .... hmm.... maybe it is a Canadian thing .... See a hole .... screw something into it and hang something on it .....
Hugs Heather
In BC

On Dec 23, 2018, at 17:48, Terry Carter <some1buddy@...> wrote:

I have one from a previous machine and I use it with my 15000 all the time.
It is easily hung from the handle of the machine so just as easily removed for transport,

Terry in Alberta.

On Dec 23, 2018, at 10:46 AM, Cheryl Paul <capaul@...> wrote:

Gail,

The thread stand for the 12000/15000 is a screw on type, however, it is made in such a away that you can hang it on the handle and just not bother to screw it on. What I do with mine is open the screws and hang mine on to the screws and sometimes I just don’t bother to tighten those screws, so it still comes off easily, IF I want to take it off to go to a class. My sewing tech almost had “heart failure” when he saw what I was doing as he thought I’d “lose a screw” - we both know that I was short that “screw” already.

Cheryl - Saskatoon




Re: Thread stand

Terry Carter
 

I have one from a previous machine and I use it with my 15000 all the time.
It is easily hung from the handle of the machine so just as easily removed for transport,

Terry in Alberta.

On Dec 23, 2018, at 10:46 AM, Cheryl Paul <capaul@...> wrote:

Gail,

The thread stand for the 12000/15000 is a screw on type, however, it is made in such a away that you can hang it on the handle and just not bother to screw it on. What I do with mine is open the screws and hang mine on to the screws and sometimes I just don’t bother to tighten those screws, so it still comes off easily, IF I want to take it off to go to a class. My sewing tech almost had “heart failure” when he saw what I was doing as he thought I’d “lose a screw” - we both know that I was short that “screw” already.

Cheryl - Saskatoon


Re: Thread stand

Narda Poulin
 

sometimes I think I have more than a screw loose lol

On Dec 23, 2018, at 10:46 AM, Cheryl Paul <capaul@...> wrote:

Gail,

The thread stand for the 12000/15000 is a screw on type, however, it is made in such a away that you can hang it on the handle and just not bother to screw it on. What I do with mine is open the screws and hang mine on to the screws and sometimes I just don’t bother to tighten those screws, so it still comes off easily, IF I want to take it off to go to a class. My sewing tech almost had “heart failure” when he saw what I was doing as he thought I’d “lose a screw” - we both know that I was short that “screw” already.

Cheryl - Saskatoon


Re: Thread stand

Gail
 

Cheryl,
I have ordered the stand and I want to hang it on the handle.  Could you send a picture of how you do this?


Re: Thread stand

Cheryl Paul
 

Gail,

The thread stand for the 12000/15000 is a screw on type, however, it is made in such a away that you can hang it on the handle and just not bother to screw it on. What I do with mine is open the screws and hang mine on to the screws and sometimes I just don’t bother to tighten those screws, so it still comes off easily, IF I want to take it off to go to a class. My sewing tech almost had “heart failure” when he saw what I was doing as he thought I’d “lose a screw” - we both know that I was short that “screw” already.

Cheryl - Saskatoon


Re: iPad question

B Diane Landon <publicaddress@...>
 

I use Zip Viewer which I think was a free ap. I then store pdf files in iBooks.

B Diane Landon Sent from my iPad


Re: MBX activation code

Lorrie Gauthier
 

Thanks everyone. I just transferred the activation from my desktop to my laptop. I have not heard back from Janome and probably won't for a while. At least this way I get to use the program. :-)