3D printing or more renowned as three-dimensional embroidery is a trending and new sort of embroidery method. It allows specific designs to be printed on apparel articles which look more realistic and surreal as compared to the normal output of embroidery. 3D embroidery brings depth to designs which are imprinted on apparel products, thus need a heavy amount of work so as to finish it on a timely basis for the distribution to various manufacturers.


This is a process which revolves around digitizing the patterns or designs into computer software piece, in an artwork form. Then this artwork is converted to make a 2D artwork into thread or stitches. The computer software (digitize) then permit different machines into the process of embroidery, for stitching the design pattern or logo, in the manner of repetition, onto different apparel products.