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Curves and Lines from an EMF vector into Corel Draw

Curves and Lines from an EMF vector into Corel Draw

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Hi All,

Ive been building exploded images with a 3D modelling software and exporting the drafts into a vector EMF file for building Illustrations for parts (See Image 1). The problem Im having with when I open the EMF, there are excessive lines in the drawing. (See image 2). Finally the image has no curved lines, just hundreds of nodes close together to simulate a curve (see image 3). So Im looking for solutions to A. Simplify the image so that there are fewer lines through the illustration, and B. there are curved lines where needed to reduce the amount of nodes in the drawing. Can this be done?

Image 1- Illustration example
Image 2 - Excessive lines around the Lip of the cap
Image 3 - Excessive nodes simulating a curved line

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