SVG from one line create 2 line to get an object as the place of the line

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Hello everyone,

 

Get a tricky problem here.

I'm working with fusion 360 and Illustrator. I want to extrude some of my draws in fusion . However, to be able to do this I need to get a "component". I would like to do this but for the line of my draw.

I mean by this , when I create an SVG with the pen I get a line. I would like to get 2 lines around this to get my "line" as a component. And this component would be able to be extruded in fusion 360

 

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Here is an example, in this car the line which draws the car is big enough to be a component. I would like to be able to do the same without drawing it two times.

 

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Do you have any idea? I'm pretty new to illustrator ..

thank's everyone

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Adobe Community Professional , Jan 31, 2021 Jan 31, 2021
You can draw your object as strokes without fills. - Objects>Path>Outline Stroke. - Frome Pathfinder Panel, use Unite to merge all shapes to be one shape.

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You can draw your object as strokes without fills.
- Objects>Path>Outline Stroke.
- Frome Pathfinder Panel, use Unite to merge all shapes to be one shape.
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