Thanks for your interest @ApolloCrowe. A five week old baby and living in an apartment have meant that I have needed to be "opportunistic" on the Nomad. I've also been learning how to use Meshcam and given I'm working with hardwoods that aren't in ready supply where I'm living, I've needed to take my time. Anyway, excuses to one side, the first and most complex milling job is complete.
I will need to clean up the piece as I had to halt the job due to the centre island not having any tabs in place (I tried to add them in Meshcam but it appears that they are restricted to the outermost perimeter of a piece). Overall I'm very happy with the result. The Nomad did a sterling job of this double sided piece.
I'm also very pleased with the accuracy of the resulting piece. While the harmonic drive isn't pushed all the way home for the photo (it's a snug fit and a little tricky to remove), it's exactly as I wanted it to be.
I'll post updates between work, babies and keeping the neighbours happy.
For those of you who are interested, here's a copy of the stl file too.
base plate top v34.stl (375.7 KB)