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SVG format for UM lasercuts part rev3 ?

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Posted · SVG format for UM lasercuts part rev3 ?

Hi and thank u for your great job on UM

I have a problem opening eps file format in linux

can anyone provide svg format for rev3 ?

thank u very much in advance

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Posted · SVG format for UM lasercuts part rev3 ?

I don't mean to be a total jerk here but if you can't get past an EPS format and put it in the format you require, you are going to have a tough time building the Ultimaker.

 

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Posted · SVG format for UM lasercuts part rev3 ?

Inkscape can convert it. You might think nothing shows after import, but that's because the lines are very thin, select everything and change the stroke width.

 

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Posted · SVG format for UM lasercuts part rev3 ?

rbc1225 don't forget we all have different profficiencies. And vector graphics manipulation is not very high in the skill list for building/operating the UM.

 

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