Tajima DG16 by Pulse is a 64-bit application and requires 64 bit Windows 10, 8.1 , 8 or Windows 7. 32-bit operating systems and older operating systems such as Windows XP and Windows Vista are not supported.
RECOMMENDED COMPUTER SPECIFICATIONS
Below is a list of the recommended computer specifications if you plan to purchase a computer for Tajima DG16 by Pulse. Increasing RAM memory and/or processor speed will improve system performance.
Please contact your distributor for more information on system requirements.
64-bit 3.0 GHz Quad Core Genuine Intel Processor
Microsoft Windows® 7 (64-bit), Windows® 8 (64-bit), Windows® 8.1 (64-bit) or Windows® 10 (64-bit)
Video Card NVidia® GeForce® GTX 1050 Ti with 4GB GDDR5 Graphics memory (or comparable)
Monitor with 1024×768 video resolution with 16-bit color display (or higher)
4 GB RAM
Minimum 2 GB hard disk drive space available
Mouse (three-button is preferred for digitizing)
At least one Universal Serial Bus (USB) Port
A LAN (Local Area Network) connection
Additionally, an internet connection required for access to PulseCloud services
DrawFusion feature supports CorelDRAW® X7 and Graphics Suite 2018
Only DG16 provides exclusive support for Tajima LAN-enabled embroidery machines including displaying messages on the controller and setting the maximum machine speed. You can send designs to the machine without the need to manually program the needle sequence.
Why Network Your Machines?
It’s faster, significantly reducing downtime between jobs
Increase productivity and efficiency
All your designs are available in one place
Secure and backup your designs
Machine frame moves to correct position automatically
Display instructions on the control panel screen
Machine speed and needle bar order set automatically from the design
Download the next design in the queue automatically
Real time production status
Analyze efficiency of operators, machines and designs
Eliminate use of Diskettes or USBs for design transfer
Design transfer and networking is even more efficient with a barcode scanner. Implementing a barcode scanning system for loading designs will save time and reduce production errors. You can pull designs directly from a folder, or print a page with many barcodes for mass personalization projects.