Sunday, May 25, 2008


The code is managed in a project hosted at sourceforge, a platform for open source software developement.

You find the file format documentation for Melco/exp at Wotsit.orgor here.

If you have a piece of hexadecimal output like:
0A 01 F6 FF F7 FF 13 02 13 02 FE 04 05 03 05 05
F6 02 17 FE D9 00 1C FD 0F FE F1 00 DC 00 1F FE

you can use this reference table to understand the drawing outcome of this data.

Our scripts are based on a perl module available at It’s called Image-Embroidery and coded by Kirk Baucom.

posted by admin at 2:25 am