I live in a rural area where the internet is not great. I have the most that the company offers. Everything was fine until we are all now at home and people are watching Netflix. I am having a lot of lost connection in the middle of a project. Have you considered making Easel an application sorta like Cricket did. Until then, what is the best way to make sure I don’t lose a piece of wood when this happens again?
the important part relevant to your question is the very first paragraph.
Internet access is not required to work with a project once loaded or to connect to your machine and carve a project.
if you have a disconnect during a carve it should not matter as easel local controls the machine and internet is not required at that point. your problem is somewhere else.
time to do some trouble shooting.
Yes, its not internet access - its your USB signal chain that is dropping out for some reason.
Typical culprit is home appliances, room lighting, router or any other power device in the vicinity.
Try to run an “air carve” - with the Dewalt router OFF.
Does it complete then?
Read my post here…X-Carve "Phantom Stops" during carves
I would bet your problem lies within.