I’m new to vector graphics and the Glowforge, so potentially stupid question, but am I missing something with available resolution in the GFUI?
I can export a .PNG from Inkscape and am able to set the size and DPI, however when I upload .PNG files to the GFUI, they seem to automatically scale to ~ 90 DPI (for instance, a 4" x 4" / 300 DPI image displays as 13.3" x 13.3" on the GFUI - I don’t know how to view the resolution, but I presume it’s now ~ 90 DPI). Alternatively, I can scale my image within Inkscape to 4" x 4", but this automatically reduces the resolution to 90 DPI. When I save as an .SVG, the image is now only 360 x 360 pixels instead of 1200 x 1200. When I upload the .SVG to the GFUI, the size is now correct (4" x 4"), but my resolution can only be 90 DPI. Is this just a limitation of Inkscape’s .SVG format? Am I just doing something wrong?
I’ve found what appear to be threads where folks are comparing the output from files of different resolutions. Are these all created in Illustrator? Any help or guidance folks can offer would be greatly appreciated!