So I finally had time last night to turn on my forge. I used your method of SW > drawing > pdf > gfui . IT WAS PEFECT! Now making vectors for the forge is easy and seamless. Which makes programing and using the forge less annoying now.
I was able to setup some templates to run my router no problem. And since offsetting in SW is easy, I was able to kerf compensate.
Also played with making a jigsaw puzzle joint to hold large segments of a template together. Since I was able to kerf offset, it fit perfectly.
Just a note to others, because of the slight slope, with a compensated kerf, if both front faces are up, it’s perfect tight. But you have a slight gap on the face. If you flip one piece over, there is a bit of looseness, but room for glue and no gap on the face. Technically you could cut good side down, and have the tight combined kerf become the face.
I’ll picture the test later, it’s upstairs and my lone 2 year old is down stairs…
Lastly pdf from sketch, while in the part led to a engrave only pdf. It has to come from a drawing.