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    That techniques came about my desire to bring more interest to the lettering. This was a project with back lighting. The letters ended up being about 23" in height.

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    I am trying to make a cut with multiple passes WITHOUT a step over. After reading the prior question, the program should ignore the stepover however it does not. It is stepping over to the outside when I am trying to cut the inside. What am I doing wrong?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dldalley View Post
    I am trying to make a cut with multiple passes WITHOUT a step over. After reading the prior question, the program should ignore the stepover however it does not. It is stepping over to the outside when I am trying to cut the inside. What am I doing wrong?
    Check the drawing and make sure it is a closed vector you can right click on the vector and if you get the choice to close it by moving end points or with a straight line it is open you can also look at the nodes in node edit mode. I suspect your vector is open and that is why this is happening.

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