It doesn't look like you have a vary big working (cutting) area. You might have hit the limit of travel and lost some steps.
To visually show where your cutting area is you can run the table all the way to the left and put a piece of tape across the bed front to back at the point where your bit is, run the table all the way to the right and put a piece of tape across the bed from front to back at the point where your bit is. Do the same thing running the table all the way to the front and back, repeat with the tape. That way you can see if your design will fit in the working area.
With small CNC machines it is common that the user will hit the upper limit of the Z axis and lose the Z zero. Doing this makes the Z height reading higher and cuts will be deeper. Just watch out for this in the design file and setup for safe Z height.
What software are you using for design and output of your toolpaths? (Edit) Remembered you were using Inkscape!
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Last edited by MEBCWD; 08-01-2019 at 07:26 PM.