Ok. This gives me an idea of the part. I recreated it approximately for my how to since I can’t get dimensions or edit it.
First is install the application Kiri:Moto. You get it from the app store. It’s free. The app store button is up on the top right of the top title menu near your user name and learning center buttons.
Once you have Kiri:Moto installed.
Click on your part. Then click the little plus/add sign on the bottom left of part studio to add a new element.
Then click add application and the Kiri:Moto app will make a new tab.
Go to the Kiri:Moto tab and click on import.
Click on the part you want to bring in.
Click on the Laser Cutting function on the left margin column.
On the right margin settings column put in the height you want to slice it as.
So if you are part is 5 mm thick, you would keep it at 5 mm at it would slice it and give you one vector.
Click Slice in the left margin settings column.
Then click export in the left margin settings column. The save dialog box pops up. Name it appropriately as it will always have something there. You can change that default name in the settings for Kiri:Moto.
Then click download and the svg will go to where your downloads default.
Then you can import that SVG straight into the Glowforge, or if it is complicated and you need to treat the design with different settings, bring it into Inkscape and color the lines and do fills for engraving.
I really like this workflow because it doesn’t mess with DXFs