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June 5, 2010

Welding with Hide and contour inside a frame

I just played with hide and contour and this is how my Gypsy behaves. Does yours behave the same way?
I tried welding the word fun and then took a frame and welded it to it and previewed. The whole word showed up and then I hid the outer frame and here are the results in steps. Cartridge used GW and GF

selected only  frame (purple) and hid the outer contour


the whole weld shows even hide and contour.

So next I tried first hiding and then welding and depending on the way I welded (grouping order) got 2 results but both messed up as in solid weld. Pictures below


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