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Thread: does anyone know the design format for husqvarna viking H-class 600e?

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    RatherB Quilting's Avatar
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    I bought this machine the other night. The sales lady (who was the manager) didn't know the format it takes and I can't find it in the instruction manual or online!
    Thanks for your help!!

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    No but if you google it you can find out.

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    I googled it and there is nothing for this machine. :(

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    I think it might be HUS. Go to this link and post your questions http://www.facebook.com/pages/HUSQVA...e/414529890695

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    I know this is an old post, but I've seen this question a lot and never a good solid answer when I was thinking of buying the same machine and wanted more info.

    Sites that do give information about the H Class 600E say it's ".xxx" Trouble is, most design sites don't give out files with that extention and I've noticed the 600E excepts quite a lot of files. I've bought the 600E and tried some things.
    The software seems to prefer .FHE but since that's a format really nowhere to be found, I mostly use .HUS because that's widely available.

    So to be short, I speak of experience the machine handles: .XXX .FHE .HUS .SEW .PES .VIP and several others. But I guess these will be quite enough.

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    Viking machines read HUS, VIP, AND VP3 for sure. XXX, SEW, AND PES, I believe are Singer languages.

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    You might be able to read DST and EXP. They are color stop only, so don't be shocked at the embroidery colors.
    You have to print out the color list.

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