I have had the pleasure of experiencing first hand your dilemma
Over the past few days I have been trying to machine some simple parts using some pieces of Walnut I have.
I just got in some new .25 cutters this past week and was ready to rock using these for my roughing passes should speed up my machine time----- IN THEORY
So I set up my file in MeshCam with what I thought would have been completely appropriate Feed, Speeds and Depth of Cut for what I was machining.
First Try, Attempting to cut 3/16" depth of cut, 8000 RPM, 50 IPM…
Result - Completely Stopped the Spindle, clang, clang - I was shocked.
Second try, 10000 RPM, 40 IPM
Result - Spindle stopped dead - Oh My God
3rd Try, Reducing Depth of Cut to 1/8", 10000RPM, 40IPM
Result - Jammed
Long story short by the time I actually got a tool path that would run I had to drop the depth of cut to a 32nd of an inch at 10 IPM Feed with a Plunge of 5 IPM and even then it was really growling.
This is just Walnut, I mean I am intending to machine exotic hardwoods and laminations that are far harder and Im seriously doubting that this spindle can handle it.
With these parameters it took about an hour and a half just to rough out the material in 1 small pistol grip, then when I did the tool change to the ball cutter for the finishing passes the machine went the opposite end of the material, plunged full depth and completely stalled the spindle out.
Wasting my material and all of that time.
I didnt really consider it at the time when I looked over the specs before I received the Nomad 883
but a max spindle speed of 10,000 RPM is really slow compared to even a trim router.
My DeWalt trim routers Minimum is 16,000 RPM with a Max of 27,000.
I didnt think much of it based on all of the Design Hype that went into this machine but I feel like this was something that was totally overlooked.
Another thing that I am noticing is the Extreme amount of heat that builds up in this spindle.
It is almost hot enough to burn after running it just for a short time.
I have been running an Industrial Sized, Thermwood router for 5 Years, Its my career, so its not like I dont know what Im talking about,
Is anyone else experiencing these issues ??