We are still fine-tuning the machine and its firmware so K-code is subject to changes. We will share more information about it further down the line, first with the members of the community that have pre-ordered Kniterate and then publicly once the first machines are shipped.
Hi, can you elaborate as to what K-code is? I’d like to research further and begin learning what is necessary to design with your system. I understand you will launch with template-based software, but it’s unclear to me what level of customized design will be possible.
This reply was modified 1 year, 3 months ago by Tom.
@Tom a description of k-code can be found on @jesspeter’s link (thanks for sharing that!)
I must say the language has evolved since we posted that, to be much more flexible and consistent. It follows a similar logic but the grammar has changed significantly. We will share more details during the shipment of the first units.
We will offer templates on the design app to facilitate its use but at some point, you’ll be able to create your own shapes and stitches from scratch, having full control of every aspect of the design.
Currently, we have no plans for an API. We are focusing only on building the design app and once it is fully functional and reasonably bug-free, we will study other options.