greeting on this great forum... another member, greaseatatto also have small mill like you using..
hope you can make enough stuff for christmas, so you can surprize yourself with aspire..
for modeling organic, and artistic stuff, aspire really need... also gives a lot more freedom for establish your projects...
for this acrylic stuff you have some thin line to solve it...
look at for this topic on this forumviewtopic.php?p=42038#p42038
first go to on your computer to this directory...
find your post processor you using...
open in notepad...
save under a different name that you remember later
on the screenshot you can see, need to modify..
for title write a name you can remember
in postprocessorguide you can see output can be change from positive values to negative
please note, you will see change after restart 3dcut...
also save postprocessor on different name as the original... anyway, save original if something going wrong
but i think, this is so minor modification, that you couldnt mistake..
the characters to inserting, before the square mark, on the end of the line |-1.0
if you were unsure, look at for some cnc nerd around you..
also some tip, of corian, you can cut some molds for cookiestamps, like michael tyler made free vectric project..
recently i modeled a companylogo, and for christmas they will make cookies with, and some chocolate too.. giving employees on christmas..
so you can get busy with your machine... despite it small size..
be careful, and double check before start machine..
i just read dangres post... that also relatively simple, however for that need to reverse the homeposition values...