Nothing else ruining on the circuit. It seems to really hate making circles. It always dies out when machining pockets with my 1/8 inch end mills. Last night I did 25 minutes of v cuts but when I switched to my pocketing operation it stops when it hits wood after like 5 seconds. ( I start my circular pocket and it will run for about 5-10 seconds and stop. When I re-home and re start it will make it through the previous path it made it to before stopping just fine, then when it hits wood after like 10 seconds it will drop out again.)
Performs air cuts of the program with no issues. So it is related to when the router is removing material.
I've opened a support email with carbide, this is the recap of what I've done:.
Eliminated the laptop
Installed desktop PC
Ran the router on a separate outlet than the PC and shapeoko. (Different circuit is not possible)
Routed the power and usb cables away from each other.
Suspended the router power cable from the ceiling so it no longer comes anywhere near the machine / cables.
Switched to the recommended Shielded usb cable on wiki
Ensured no other loads on the circuit interfering ( refrigerator, etc.)
Ran the shapeoko and computer on an emi filtering power strip. (APC C-25b independent emi filtering)
Control board says, "Carbide motion v2.4d"