I’m trying to use my laser cutter to do a cutout. For this, I converted a raster image to svg with Inkscape. The resulting SVG is rather large, about 7.6MB… (I attached it to this message)
When I try to open the SVG in LaserWeb (version 4.0.996), at first LaserWeb is blocked, it shows no reaction to whatever I click. During this time, the CPU load of of LaserWeb is about 23% so I guess it’s heavily working to load the SVG. But then after about 3 - 4 minutes the CPU load of LaserWeb goes back to 0% and the LaserWeb Window turns completely white.
Is there a problem in the SVG, or is it because the SVG is too large? If yes, what’s the size limit of an SVG to be used with LaserWeb? Is there a way to reduce the size of the SVG, e.g. by reducing the “resolution”, kind of like reducing the number of polygons in a 3D file? Or is there another program than LaserWeb which I can try to use with my grbl based Laser Cutter?