Hello - very newbie here, so I apologize for the simplicity of this question. I realize this is probably like asking someone how to make something bold in a Word document - but here goes: I’m a designer, and I’ve created some basic signage that my brother will be doing the routing on, using his router/Carbide Create. I’ve got a draft of a sign in Inkscape that I’ve converted to .svg, but I can’t seem to get the entirety of the design to show in Carbide Create when I open it.
I tried googling the issue: I’ve got it in View>Outline Mode. I selected the objects and selected Path>Object to Path, and saved as .svg - but when I open it in CC, it’s the wrong size, and there is a center line missing. I’m sure there’s another step in there I’m missing.
I don’t know much about how all of this works, and I don’t see any info about this in the CC documentation (just a mention that it can import .svg files). I don’t understand enough to know where to start, so I’m hoping someone has the complete steps for me to take a fresh design from Inkscape and convert it correctly. If there’s a link to another forum discussion where this is already listed, send it my way - I couldn’t find anything that was a simple step by step process. I just need to get the design to show in CC - once there, my brother can create the routing paths, etc. - so this is really about file prep before starting in CC.
Thanks in advance!