Exporting SVG Files From CC Come Out All Jumbled Up

Hello All, I’ve searched the forum for this issue but haven’t found anything.

So here is the issue.

I created a design with 100 parts on them. All circles. Cut it out of .1250” ply.

I then created and exported the SVG file to open up in Lightburn to engrave the designs onto the circles. When I open the SVG file the bounding box is fine, but circles are all (100) stacked on top of each other.

I have made sure that all the parts are locked and grouped together. So I don’t understand how this is happening.

I think I have done this before, over a year ago and it worked. Now I can’t get it to work.

Any help would be appreciated.

I really don’t want to design everything from the ground up again.

Thanks Jairo

Can you share the SVG?

Please send the file in to us at support@carbide3d.com

A work-around should be to perform a Boolean operation which would convert the circles into polylines.

@WillAdams Thanks. The Boolean operation worked!!

@neilferreri thanks for your quick response. This is one of the main reasons I decided to go with carbide 3D. The forum is full of helpful people!!

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