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SVG Line extension and resize issues

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RFord7MMGC
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SVG Line extension and resize issues

I am creating a CNC inlay of the attached file.  Started as an SVG and used line extension to extend all lines. In the beginning worked efficiently.  The longer I worked the longer the software took to respond to a selection.  As much as 10 seconds repeatedly.  Some of the lines I extended were fixed in place others were not so I fixed some of them manually.  Why wasn't every line fixed.  If I had a double line a white dot showed.  Most I could zoom in on and repair.  Others were just out in space and could not be resolved. 

 

Then I tried to resize the file.  Result attached.  What is wrong???

 

Frustrated

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jhackney1972
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Would it be possible to attach the original SVG file?


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RFord7MMGC
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Hi John,  I've attached the original SVG.

Thanks for your efforts

Rick

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jhackney1972
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I created a new sketch from you SVG, it stills has a lot of open profiles but at least you can now scale it, take a little tieme, but it will not fly apart.  Sorry I could not do more but I ran out of time.  I hope it helps you some.  Do not worry about Sketch 1 as it still shows in the background even when visibility is turned off.

 

Model is attached.

 

Scaleable.gif


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