[OpenSCAD] Inkscape to OpenSCAD converter needs attention

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Fri Nov 1 04:14:40 EDT 2019


Which converter is that? The plugin I use creates a many sided polygon,
which make sense in OpenSCAD because Beziers aren't native.

On Fri, 1 Nov 2019 at 03:43, gasstationwithoutpumps <karplus at soe.ucsc.edu>
wrote:

> The converter produced a list of Bezier curves for each object in the SVG
> file, and the resulting file could be edited to manipulate those lists.  I
> used it to create separate lists of curves for a cookie-cutter design
> (which
> I could not finish, because I couldn't get any of the extrude-along-curves
> approaches to handle tight concave curves).
>
> But the idea of getting the SVG file not as a single object, but as a set
> of
> named curves that are individually accessible is a valuable one.  Either
> the
> Inkscape plugin should be fixed or a powerful API added for svg import.
>
>
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