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What function does a hoop serve in automated embroidery?

A hoop is a holding mechanism used in machine embroidery that keeps the cloth taut and fixed while the embroidery machine sews the pattern onto the fabric. By tightening the outer ring around the inner hoop, the fabric is held inside the hoop. The embroidery machine is then used to manipulate the hoop while directing the needle to make the desired design.

The hoop makes it easier to stitch the design precisely and neatly while keeping the fabric flat. It stops the fabric from bunching up or moving around, which could lead to stitching mistakes. It's critical to select the appropriate hoop size for your embroidery project because the size of the hoop changes depending on the size of the design and the machine's embroidery area. For machine embroidery to be successful, the hoop is crucial.

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