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Before placing an order make sure you've activated your payment card.

To order a pattern choose one from the list and click "Order pattern". In pop-up window please enter your length size, girth of chest, waist, hips.

Enter your email. Be sure to double check it. You won't get any mail from us if you type incorrect email. Mail delivery takes some time. If your mailbox does not allow attachments you may want to register another which does, i.e. gmail.com.

You can test the service without entering you password. In this case you should receive a low-resolution image of pattern you've chosen. To receive a printable plotted pattern please enter you password.

If you enter incorrect password you will receive a notification by mail.

 


After placing an order you will receive a .lek or .plt file.

Please save that file on your computer. The file should be printed with our print-lk.exe program.

Install the program on your computer. Start it. Choice "printing from the file". You will see an appearance picture, technical drawing, a design constructed for your measures and a pat ter set for printing (it you have entered an active password).

The design will help you to define patterns' quantity and their appearance as well as evaluate how they was created.

To print patterns you can use the program for printing of vector HPGL (.plt) files and patterns you have ordered via e-mail (.lek2, .lek3).

print-lk.exe", click to download the program

 

Installing program for print patterns

Not to be confused that where you are better to create a separate folder for the drawing. Build on your C: or D: folder LEKO. Go to the site, click on the download link program and specify a folder to save the file C: \ LEKO

After uploading your file folder will print_lk.exe

Click on his and then executed. This self-extracting archive.

Choose item "Eject" and the program will create a folder print_lk and copy there all the necessary files.

Of all that is in the folder you want the program print_lk files with the patterns. Files with the patterns have the extension lek or plt. After installing the program, there are two demonstration file. Files ordered models come to you via e-mail as an attachment to e-mail files.

Do not try clicking on them with mouse and get booted into the press.

To print a file sent by his need to save in the folder C: \ LEKO \ print_lk and then run the press. Name send the file (for example, 00172002.lek) is the order number and if there are any questions, you need specify this number.

Executing the program you will see the menu

Select a file with the extension lek

Choose layout patterns (middle button)

Click on the button with the printer, the "drawing layout"

and can connect the printed sheets.

If you press the button layout, you receive the message "no patterns for the layout" it means you have ordered a paid model without a password. Use the order without a password if you do not understand a set of patterns will be sent to you or you are not sure how it will be built to the required dimensions.

 

If you have a question, write to the address listed on the site. Patterns and letters to the pattern generated and sent automatically. If you make a mistake in your e-mail you will not receive any response. If your mail server blocked attachments, you will not get a pattern. If your mail server has become unstable, then there may be missing letters the fault of your server. You can register a mailbox on the free servers and access to email via a web interface.

 

MEASUREMENTS

1. Height. Measure the vertical distance from the floor to the crown.

3. Collar-born point height. Measure the vertical distance from the floor to the collar-born point.

4. Neck-base point height. Measure the vertical distance from the floor to the neck-base point.

5. Shoulder point height. Measure the vertical distance from the floor to the shoulder point.

6. Nipple point height. Measure the vertical distance from the floor to the projecting point of bust.

7. Waist line height. Measure the vertical distance from the floor to the waistline.

9. Knee point height. Measure vertical distance from the floor to the kneecap.

10. Neck point height. Measure the vertical distance from the floor to the neck point.

11. Armpit back angle height. Measure the vertical distance from the floor to the armpit back angle.

12. Gluteal furrow height. Measure the vertical distance from the floor to the middle of the gluteal furrow.

13. Neck girth. The band closely clasps the neck base at infrathyroid level.

14. Bust girth 1. The band, in horizontal position, touches armpit back angles, then passes armpits; at the front measure at the bust basement (chest).

15. Bust girth 2. At the back and under armpits measure as the measurement N14. At the front the band passes projecting points of the bust.

16. Bust girth 3. The band passes horizontally around all body through projecting bust point.

17. Bust girth 4. The band passes horizontally around the body under the bust basement (chest) and closes at right part of the bust.

18. Waist girth. The band passes horizontally at waist level.

19. Hip girth (with belly slightly projecting). The band passes the mostly projecting buttock points; it lies horizontally around the body; at the front it goes the flexible plate vertically put on the belly to account its projection.

20. Hip girth. The band horizontally passes mostly projecting buttock points.

21. One-hip girth. The band horizontally passes around the leg. Its top touches the gluteal furrow and closes at outer surface the leg.

22. Knee girth. The band horizontally passes around the leg at knee point level and closes at outer surface the leg.

23. Calf girth. Measure the maximum calf girth. The band horizontally passes the leg and closes at outer surface the calf.

24. Ankle girth. The band horizontally passes around the ankle and closes at outer part of ankle.

25. Outseam measurement. Take measure the from waist line up to the floor on the side of hips, via the mostly projecting part of hips.

26. Inseam measurement. Take measure from the waist line via the mostly projecting point of the belly.

27. Leg length (inner surface). Measure the inner surface of the leg from the crotch to the floor, person stands with slightly parted legs.

28. Shoulder girth. Take measure perpendicularly to the shoulder axis. The top edge of the band touches the armpit back angler and closes at arm outer surface.

29. Wrist girth. Take measure perpendicularly to the arm axis via elbow bone. The band closes at arm outer surface.

30. Wrist girth. Take measurement perpendicularly to the wrist axis via the thumb basement. The thumb is parted from the second by 30-35 degrees. The band closes at the surface of the arm.

31. Shoulder width. Take measure from the neck base to the shoulder point.

34. The distance between the neck point and bust girth 1 (front armhole height). Measure the distance between the neck point via neck base point and the mark at the bust girth 1 (measurement 14).

35. Bust height. Take measurement from the seventh cervical vertebra via the neck base point up to the projecting bust point.

36. Waist length. Take measure from the seventh cervical vertebra via the neck base point and projecting bust point. Further the band passes in parallel to the vertical body position up to waistline.

37. The distance between the neck point and the level of armpit back angle at the front part (diagonal height of armhole). Take measure from the neck point via the neck base point then towards the armpit front angle. The terminal point of measurement is under armpit front angle at the level of back one. Fix this level with a plate of 2 cm width; the plate should touch the back angle with its top edge and to go horizontally I the armpit.

38. Arc via the top of shoulder. Take measure vertically from the armpit back angle level via armpit front level.

39. Armhole height. Take measure from the 7th cervical vertebra to the level of back bust girth 1 accounting the scapula projecting.

40. The back length. Take measure from the waist line long the spine though a ruler of 2 cm width put at the projecting scapulae points to the 7th cervical vertebra.

41. Oblique shoulder height. Measure the shortest distance from the crossing the waist line with the spine up to the shoulder point.

43. The distance between the waist line on the back up to the neck base point in parallel to the spine.

45. Bust (chest) width. Take measure under the basement of bust between front angles of armpits.

46. The distance between nipples. Take measure between projecting nipple points.

47. Back width. Take measure horizontally on scapulae between armpit back angles at bust girth level 1.

48. Head girth. Take measure via the mostly projecting point of the back of the head and centers of forehead lumps. The band closes at the front.

49. The distance between the waist line and seat. Take measure on side surface from the waist lane to the horizontal seat. The person is sitting.

50. The knee girth (the leg bended). The band passes under the knee via the knee point and closes at the front. The leg is right-angle bended.

51. Feet rising girth. Take measure via the mostly back-projected heel-point and the highest feet rising point. The band closes t the front.

53. Shoulder diameter. Measure the frond distance between shoulder points.

54. Transverse diameter of the neck. Take measure between points of neck base.

57. Front-back diameter of an arm. Take measure horizontally at the level of armpit back angle.

58. Front-back diameter of bust girth 2. Put one ruler at projecting bust points and the second on the both scapulae at the level of bust girth 1 and bust girth 2.

61. The distance between the neck base point and the front waist line. Take measure between neck base points via the projecting point of the bust, then in parallel with the middle-saggital line up to the waist line.

62. The arm length to the elbow. Measure the distance between the shoulder point and the line of the wrist girth.

68. The arm length to the wrist. Measure the distance between the shoulder point and the wrist girth line.

69. Vertical diameter of the arm. Is defined by deducting the measurement 11 value from the measurement 5 value.

70. The distance between the neck point and the knee. I defined by deducting the measure 9 value from the measure 10 value.

71. The distance between the waist line and the knee. Is defined by deducting the measurement 9 value from the measurement 26 value.

72. Shoulder height. Is defined by deducting the measurement 5 value from the measurement 10 value.

73. Head height. Is defined by deducting the measurement 10 value from the measurement 1 value.

74. Body position. Measure the diagonal distance between the neck point and the vertical plate (wall). Te plate should touch the mostly projecting points of scapulae.

75. Back shoulder arc. Measure on the back between the shoulder points.

76. The distance between the neck point and the side point of neck base at neck girth level. Is defined by deducting the measurement 61 value from the measurement 36 value.

77. Arc via the crotch. Take measure vertically from the waist point. The band passes a thin plate of 2 cm width put on the projecting points of buttocks.

78. Waist depth 1. Take the horizontal distance between the vertical tangent plane to the scapulae projecting points to the waist line.

79. Waist depth 2. Measure the distance between the vertical plane of tangent to the mostly projecting points to the waist line.

111. Front-back waist girth diameter (measure horizontally). Put one ruler on the front surface of the body and the second on the longitudinal back muscles.

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