First thing I made was some coasters just to get use to the machine. These are all 4"x4"x1/2".
Next up was a small topographical map of Mt. Saint Helens. This is about 2.5"x2.5"x1/2". I did this as a test for an 8"x8" version
The 8x8 version
The coasters and the roughing for the topographical maps were with an 1/8" O flute endmill Amana Tool - 51410-K
Feeds and speeds for the coasters were 24,000 RPM, 30 IPM, and a ramp depth of .05"
Feeds and speeds for roughing the topographical map were 24,000 RPM, 80 IPM, .5" stepdown, .015 stepover, and a .0625" step up
Feeds and speeds for finishing the topographical map were 24,000 RPM, 100 IPM, and a .005" stepover. I used a 1/32 ball endmill from Harvey Tool #835931-C3
Everything was made from poplar and programmed in Mastercam