More or less what Kenneth said.
I like 5’s and 0’s so I made your main circle 175mm, set to 0 depth and centered it at 0,0
Then I took your text and used the exploder app. The original has a bunch of blank space at the top that I didn’t want. After it was exploded, I selected both numbers set to 1mm depth and centered the selection at 0,0. (Note, the numbers are now shapes and not editable text.)
I added another circle of 185mm diameter, set depth to 1mm and centered it at 0,0. Then used the EDIT menu and sent it to the back.
I added another circle of 195mm diameter, set depth to 0 and centered it at 0,0. Then used the EDIT menu and sent it to the back.
I then took your middle line, set the depth to 1mm, made the length 175mm, and centered it at 0,0. I copied and pasted the line, changing the X location by + or - 10mm each time until I had the lines that I wanted. After this, I adjusted each set of lines so that they ended between the 175mm and the 185mm circles.
I selected everything and centered it at 150,150 (This could be anything, but you had it out in the work area rather than at 0,0)
I left the 1/8" bit, because that is what you had, and added a 60deg V-Bit for finishing.
I duplicated the workpiece. In the second workpiece, I selected everything, then deselected the outermost circle and deleted everything else.
Next, I selected the remaining circle and set it’s depth to the maximum which you had at 12.7mm and then removed the finishing bit.