What design programs do you have experience with? Most here seem to use Vectric VCarve Pro or Aspire, both are capable of both designing in and creating a variety of 3D toolpaths such as vcarves, fluting and 3D surface profiles, rotary carving, nesting and tiling. Others use the free Fusion 360, which also is capable of both CAD and CAM and includes sophisticated trochoidal high speed machining toolpaths and many other options.
I would like to how you would approach creating g-code files with appropriate feeds and speeds for people without knowing anything about the particular machine being used, and appropriate for the quite varied machine set controllers in use (GRBL, Mach3 or 4, UCCNC, LinuxCNC, integrated handheld controllers, etc.) by members of this forum.
I think most here are pretty comfortable with the process of creating their own toolpaths and exporting g-code files for their machines , it is designing or converting a 2d image into 3D, or even selecting appropriate feeds and speeds that most would like to learn better, so any assistance in those areas would be most appreciated
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