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  1. Your backplot is showing arcs moves on the corners and your verify result is showing sharp corners. To make the Backplot have sharp corners in Cut Parameters set "Roll cutter around corners" to "None". Typically you want it to roll around the corners. It is best to add chamfers or rads to your geometry to have the machine break the sharp corners instead of doing them by hand after the fact. The verify always shows the tool in that orientation.
  2. You can likely do it with a Along Curve 5 Axis path with depths cuts set to limit the engagement. I am an Educational user so my file is useless to you! Added a video of what I am suggesting. https://www.dropbox.com/s/k8bqf8vxhpffkld/Along_Curve.mp4?dl=0
  3. I delete them every time I merge a solid file.
  4. Again these are purchased through your reseller.
  5. If you can use a T slot style cutter with a full rad you can try Face Contour.
  6. I usually have the top of my stock set at 0.0 in Z, that way all my cutting moves are Z negatives (easier for me to look at the Gcode). In your file if you go to backplot and step through it, it is doing a rapid move to 1.0" positive, then feeding to 0.75" (top of your stock). Then it starts ramping as it should. Not sure how you setup your machine or what the Gcode looks like.
  7. I opened it with X9 and I am not seeing this. It is cutting 0.025" deep at the bottom of the ramp.
  8. Contact TheeByte they can make you add on. https://theebyte.com/
  9. No clue!!! I assume (being Dell) it is controlled by windows. I think it has more to do with the chip in my test being a 12th generation chip, most of the faster times have been on 12th generation chips.
  10. The system in my post above is a Dell 3660.
  11. I ran the Benchmark file on a new shop computer here MC2021 without adjusting anything in Mastercam. i9-12900K (30Mb Cache, 16 Core) 3.2GHz to 5.2GHz Windows 10 Pro 64GB (4 x16GB, DDR5, 4000MHz) NVidia RTX A2000, 6GB, 4mDP to DP adapter 1TB PCIe NVME SSD
  12. It might be limited by the Level 1 mill, ask your reseller.

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