DLWOODWORKS wrote:I've had this problem as well since I started using Aspire about 6 years ago. I cut a lot of sports plaques for a company. Pretty simple. Put some keyhole slots in, punch a couple of 1/2" holes with a boring bit and cut out with a compression bit. After finishing a cut on one plaque, instead of going to the next one right next to it, the router is forced half way across the table (4x8) to do a cut on another plaque, then jumps someplace else, etc. I would think that after completing a cut, it should be moved to the next one right next to the one completed. Or is there something in the cut algorithm that makes this not work? It does waste a lot of time jogging all over the table, even though I have a 15IPS jog rate.
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