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Experience with SVG and Thinkercard?

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Good morning,
for a few days I am not able to produce an SVG logo to send to Autodesk's Thinkercard platform to make a file that to be printed on a 3D printer. If I also make a simple form on Affinity Designer, SVG is not recognized. If I make the same shape but with Illustrator, this SVG is loaded correctly. What do you think is wrong? Tips?

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You can attach files to these posts so upload the affinity svg and the illustrator svg to compare them, you can open them in a text editor as well.

 

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When exporting as a SVG file from Designer you need to turn off the options and set the Rasterise to Nothing and the SVG file will then import into TinkerCad as shown in the screen shots below

SVG Export Settings for TinkerCad.png

Svg imported into TinkerCad.png

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