Does anyone know what are the limits of an Inkscape SVG that the GFUI can accept? I recently purchased a file that is quite detailed and has
plenty of paths. However I keep getting the Error message (attached)
I don’t know if this is related but several browsers have stopped working such as TinkerCAD & Canvas. Potentially smartsheets as well. I know Canvas is closed due to the servers failing or something as well as TinkerCAD.
I don’t think it’s the internet!
I have a file for coasters that has alot of detail I can only upload 4 coasters at a time and it takes 4.6 min to upload the file. Sometimes I get a wait message before it will complete that process. After that, it takes 1hr 14min to engrave and cut the 4 coasters. Then I have to do the entire thing all over again. In order for me to cut 12 coasters, it’s over 4 hours. The engraving process of this machine is simply too slow.
I love the machine, but it is very slow.
There are two main types of image formats: vector and raster.
Vectors are made up of mathematically defined lines and anchors/nodes - they can be cut, scored or engraved in the GFUI.
Rasters are made up of pixels, more like a mosaic of tiles, with no nodes at all - they can only be engraved in the GFUI.
I asked which you are using because for engraving only you can eliminate the very complex/too many nodes issue by sending a raster version of the artwork instead of vector.