Using inset/outset doesn't provide clean result (e.g. straight lines aren't preserved).
Currently I do following steps:
- set stroke width on everything to burn width
- convert strokes to objects
- break objects to paths
- remove "inner" paths
which is tedious process.
At the end I end up with two files. One with clean dimensions (for later editing) and one for actual cutting. When I need to correct something (frankly quite often), I end up either editing "clean" file and redoing steps from above or editing "cutter" file while doing math in my head to account actual positions/dimensions.
There are simillar posts but they are trying to solve minimum angle for corners (for CNC milling machine) or trying to decipher inset/outsep step/scale magic. But as I stated before, inset/outset provides (fo me) significantly worse results than stroke method.
I was wondering if there is better approach? Script maybe (or preferably LPE)?