I have an application that can be viewed as a bunch of bowls that need counter sunk holes drilled in the bottom of the bowl. Because of the countersink, the holes cannot be drilled with the bowls flipped over so the surface is at the top of the bowl.
So… To drill those I have to move vertically fairly slowly. So it moves over to each hole at a height that can clear the edge of the bowls and then moves slooooooowly down for a long time before it actually does any drilling.
I want to say something like drill a 2 inch deep hole, but you can move vertically really fast for 1.8" and then move slowly for the final 0.2" because that is the only time there is actual material to be drilled.
The actual part is more complicated and I do milling also, but the above captures the issue.
Is there somewhat to speed this up so most of the time is actually spend in contact with the item rather than slowly moving?