I tried the bullseye feature on 16 1/8 holes for bit holder. It did OK until the second row, 3 holes down. It drilled the hole, but then started going up/down in same hole until I stopped the job. It got hung up somehow on that one hole.
I am not sure if you have to enter bit size as I believe the router will use whatever size bit you select and drill at a certain point. It does step up and down to clean out the hole
We will try to investigate this. Could you share your project URL?
If you have a problem with a carve in the future, click “No” when Easel asks if everything turned out OK, then click “Get help from Inventables” and click all the way through to submit your carve to us. This will capture all of the information about the carve, including the tool paths, for us to investigate.
Is there a way to use an import that can then convert something into those bullseye marks?
For example, if i wanted to make a cribbage board, i’d HATE to have to set all those in Easel directly. It would be WAY WAY faster to do so (and easier) in illustrator, but that’s dependant on being able to import it and convert a shape or point into a bullseye.
All in all, love the fact that the feature is here now!
@RobGrant, I have an app that is waiting approval form the dev team that will allow you to convert the selected shapes to the new Drill Type.
So you should be able to import and SVG from illustrator and select all the circles and use this app to convert them.