For Digitizers who want to publish / sell Stitch-Based BX Fonts
If you are a professional digitizer currently selling stitch-file based fonts, we’d love to hear from you. We have a free tool based on our AlphaTricks product for you and your customers will love having the ease of use that the .BX installer provides for fonts via the free Embrilliance Express product we offer and the advanced text tools in all of our Embrilliance Platform programs.
Your customers will love being able to type in your font instead of merging and placing individual stitch files. To find out more about becoming one of our BX publishers, simply use our contact form to reach out to us and let us know you are interested in packaging your stitch-based fonts in the .BX installer format and we can get started helping you join the fastest-growing movement in the embroidery world.
Creating Valuable, Versatile Native, Object-Based BX Fonts
If you would like to go a step farther and unlock all the advanced features Embrilliance software can bring to your fonts, you'll want to create high-value, scalable, object-based BX versions of your fonts. Luckily, all users of our StitchArtist 3 digitizing software now have free tools to create and publish their own object-based fonts with BX installers. If you own StitchArtist 3, you have all the tools to create and publish easily distributed object-based, truly scalable fonts with the ability to use custom underlays, stitch patterns, and more. We are more than happy to help you learn how to make these sought-after fonts for your customers if you contact us.
You can learn more about publishing your own fonts in StitchArtist 3 with the video below:
For Collectors of Stitch-File Fonts who want to use them with the Keyboard
If you are a collector of lettering embroidery designs and want to use those design sets as easily as typing in a BX font, please see our AlphaTricks product pages and videos. It does not create BX fonts that you can publish or send to others, but it does create a local 'font' from your stitch files so that you can type, place, curve, and envelope your stitch-file fonts just like an installed font in Embrilliance.
To see the large number of digitizers who provide BX fonts, see Websites where BX files are distributed and if you are interested in why BX fonts are so popular, this Video on how to add and use BX files can explain their incredible ease of use.