I'm interested in milling 5 piece, raised panel doors for cabinets. I have worked out all the jigs needed to hold the pieces and am now working on the cam solutions. I saw that vectric now has the ability to put a profile on the outside of a piece via a profile bit (sucha s a roman ogee). The software seems to be stepping the passes in the Z direction. This will work fine for any profile bit that has no undercut to it. If there is an undercut, you have to approach the stepping from the x-y plane, not the z direction. I can create my own tool paths via Inventor (or other CAD), but that is a decent amount of work. It would be much easier if the CAM software would give me the option to step this way rather than in the Z. I wanted to ask about this b/4 I put in the work to generate my own tool paths. Let me know if anybody has an easy solution. My motto is KISS (Keep It Stimple Stupid) so taking the path of least resistance is always good.