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If you choose the custom shape tool, you could choose the hexagon and draw out a vector version. Then, by pressing A on your keyboard, or I get the point selection tool, you could delete the bottom left line from the shape. Then, from the fill and stroke options you could turn off the fill and choose a stroke colour and weight... This would give you a ...
you can try using path offset (object - path - offset). This will create an offset of the whole logo. You can just delete the anchor points for the points that don't need to be any bigger. You can also try creating a stoke only for the small parts of the logo and then use the width tool to widen the stroke to your liking. If all looks well you can expand ...
There is no simple solution to normalizing the existing paths you have. It would be a tedious process of selecting anchors then aligning and distributing them. Then selecting other anchors and repeating. An easier method if you want perfectly distributed anchors and angles is to start with just a single path and then apply Effect > Distort & ...
Perhaps Object > Transform > Reset Bounding Box I'm not 100% certain what you are referring to. But this would seem to fit with your description. Be aware that Illustrator does not store or remember basic object transformations. There's no way to un-rotate any object back to 0° other than doing it manually.
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