Another example of horribly not optimized.
The first operation is drilling the nose dots and then it traverses back to near 0,0 and starts those cuts.
They are “deep” and so the tool stays in the area but only cuts in one direction.
Once the first set of deep cuts is done, it moves up to the patch of “shallow” single pass lines between y=2 and 4. Again only cutting in one direction and haphazard order. The frustrating thing about the one direction thing is that the set of lines near the center the tool path is in the opposite direction (right to left) than the other ones (left to right) nearby.
I’d like to know what the Easel order of operations / algorithm hierarchy is. There is tremendous room for improvement.
As I plan to be cutting this piece a lot, I’m probably going to edit the order myself. It will be time consuming, but it will be less than spending several minutes each carve watching my x-carve appear to be “lost” or of “really short attention span”.