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pro-Fashion 2000 is probably the first knitting CAD software developed to control electronic Brother knitting machines and dates back to the 1990s.
Pro-Fashion 2000 was created and distributed by ELKtronik, a German software label run by Gunther Schröder and Maike Dunkhase until the mid-1990s.
Pro-Fashion 2000 was distributed on 3½-inch floppy disks, both for the Atari ST and MS DOS.
The latest versions were designed to control model KH-930, KH-940 as well as KH-965i knitting machines.
The package contained custom-made hardware including a cable link and a modified hand scanner which could be used to digitize knitting patterns.
The cable link also served as a simple dongle.
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