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Offset Sketch lines to new Sketch?

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markmorb
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Offset Sketch lines to new Sketch?

Hi 
I have an SVG imported which I have projected onto a Sketch, from there I've created an offset of a few millimeters all around the edges. Problem I'm having is I want to extrude the Offset Sketch as a single body object but in order to do this I have to manually delete all the other sketch objects inside the offset sketch line first. Is there a way for the offset Sketch Line to be created as a new sketch on it's own, or alternatively, is there a good way to delete all the sketch objects inside an offset sketch line.
Thanks for your help.

Mark

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HughesTooling
in reply to: markmorb

Rather than deleting the projections can you make them constriction lines? Just select the projected curves and press X to change.

 

Mark Hughes
Owner, Hughes Tooling
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davebYYPCU
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When you have the new outline, window select all, for the extrude.

 

Might help….

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HughesTooling
in reply to: markmorb

Just did a quick test and found if you convert all the projections to construction geometry you can offset and create normal geometry without needing to make changes after offsetting.

 

So below I set the line type to construction then projected the rectangle. Then I toggled the line type to normal and then created the offset.

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Mark Hughes
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markmorb
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Some interesting ideas there...I'll give them a go and report back. Thanks 👍

 

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