Exporting an SVG file at 1:1 ratio with python

I am currently able to save an svg file of my desired outline using the code below with ViewCapture, which I found in a previous post. The issue I’m having is that after the file is saved, it is scaled down and is no longer a 1:1 ratio with the original outline. Is there a way to fix the scaling with python so that the outline in the saved svg file is the same size as the original outline?

import Rhino
import scriptcontext as sc
import System.Drawing
import rhinoscriptsyntax as rs

def exportLasernew():
        dpi = 300
        size = System.Drawing.Size(8.5*dpi, 11*dpi)
        settings = Rhino.Display.ViewCaptureSettings(sc.doc.Views.ActiveView,size, dpi)
        svgxml = Rhino.Display.ViewCapture.CaptureToSvg(settings)

        filename = rs.SaveFileName()

Image 1 is the original outline.

Image 2 is the outline saved in the svg.

maybe try this, half the dpi
settings = Rhino.Display.ViewCaptureSettings(sc.doc.Views.ActiveView,size, dpi/2)
this may trick the export into thinking it should be larger.
svg is vector image anyway.