After the depth per pass didn’t seem to be being honored when doing a logo from image elevation cut I have gone back to using a standard stl that I generated from onshape.
- My design has dimensions of roughly 1.15x1.15x1.15"
- stock is 1.517" thick
- max cut depth is set to 1.334" The problem is that when I set zero for the Z axis (touching off with a piece of paper for example) and begin the project the toolpath Z axis zero seems to be off by what appears to be .250 or so (the toolpath starts cutting in the air above the stock). Looking at the Meshcam toolpath this does not appear to be in the actual toolpath, is something not functioning correctly with my tool measurement or with the zero set perhaps? Attached are a few screenshots of the top toolpath that meshcam calculated.