About your design layout, you might look at the hole spacing for the inside line of holes. As that line goes around the smaller curved ends of the board they look like they are getting really close to each other. This might cause problems when drilling the holes. Even if the drilling does not cause problems the pegs might end up breaking the fragile edges of the holes.
Look at the attached image, the red arrows show the possible problems. To see if there might be a problem without cutting the entire project you can copy the vectors in a small area that contains the possible problems and paste them into a small file for testing. Just create the test file with those hole vectors and the drilling or pocketing toolpath you chose to use. Cut that file and you will be able to use the pegs to test the fit of the pegs in the holes, their spacing for gameplay and if the edges might be too fragile. That way you don't have to cut the entire project and waste material if the holes fail testing at that point.
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Last edited by MEBCWD; 09-30-2020 at 10:01 AM.