development continues at ScotWeave with the following list being just
a brief selection of new features recently added to the software.
A all-new Seersucker/cheesecloth
fabric simulation has now been added to give screen and printer
simulations of these fashionable fabric types.
number of dobby shafts has now been increased to 64 to allow
the creation of ever more complex dobby weaves. Although 64 shafts
may seem excessive it does allow you to create initially complex
weaves and then work on them to reduce the shafts to a more realistic
separate CD with a library of over 21,000 dobby weaves is
now available to ScotWeave users. Another CD is also available with
additional 3D Models.
A new option now makes it possible tio
import a boxing (weft selector) sequence from a jacquard loomdisk.
The loomdisk is read in the Jacquard Looms program and the boxing
sequence easily identified and saved to file. The file can then
be opened in Jacquard Designer and yarns applied from the palette
to the colour up the weft sequence.
Support for the TIS jacquard loom and ACTROM card
cutter had been added.
A new "generic"
loom disk read option has been added which can be used to read loom
data from and unknown loom file. New easier input method for setting
up multiple-zone JC5 harnesses.
New paint brush styles for more varied painting. The user
can also define their own brushes and add these to the list of available
You can now
paint with the brush using a rotated drop.
function now allows up to 40 different stripe definitions.
An all-new fabric simulation has been built-in for greatly
improved visualization of velvet fabrics.