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    Unlikely, given the customer's history of stiffing people
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    Look at the file in Wire Frame mode and you can see what the cutter will be seeing when it goes to cut. For the most part you don't want to design with a colored line but rather use filled objects. Not sure if that makes sense or not. A colored line sometimes referred to as stroked line is just an applied color that usually can be widened to achieve a certain look but in most programs is not going to cut what you see on the regular view screen. Each design program treats these a little different or names things differently so it can vary. Safest way to know for sure is to get it where you think it's ready and then look in wire frame. This will also show you if you have something like a script font that the letters overlap whether it has been welded properly or not etc...