Thanks for the link to that guide @Moded1952

It’s out of date based on the current version of Carbide Motion and there is no “Info” button in the interface, but I learned a different method. After the CM Log window is open, select from the top menu “MDI” and send value “$$”. This gave us the info we needed (at least from my machine, early production build):

```
$24=100.000 (Homing feed, mm/min)
$25=2000.000 (Homing seek, mm/min)
$26=25 (Homing debounce, milliseconds)
$27=3.000 (Homing pull-off, mm)
$30=24000 (max spindle speed, RPM)
$31=9000 (min spindle speed, RPM)
$32=0 (laser power, unused)
$100=199.367 (X steps/mm)
$101=199.627 (Y steps/mm)
$102=200.000 (Z steps/mm)
$110=3800.000 (X Max rate, mm/min)
$111=3800.000 (Y Max rate, mm/min)
$112=1900.000 (Z Max rate, mm/min)
$120=270.000 (X Acceleration, mm/sec^2)
$121=270.000 (Y Acceleration, mm/sec^2)
$122=270.000 (Z Acceleration, mm/sec^2)
$130=250.000 (X Max travel for soft limits, mm ?Not sure if this is used?)
$131=250.000 (Y Max travel for soft limits, mm ?Not sure if this is used?)
$132=100.000 (Z Max travel for soft limits, mm ?Not sure if this is used?)
```

The GRBL descriptions were found at grbl/settings.md at master · gnea/grbl · GitHub

I did reach out to Carbide 3D support and they confirmed the spindle min/max speeds along with the spindle rated at 130W.

They also stated that the max feed rate was 150in/min which is 3810mm/min.

Based on the GRBL values stored in my machine ($110-$112), the max feed rate is 3800 mm/min for X & Y axis, but 1900mm/min for the Z axis.

I’m left to make assumptions still at this point for what to use in GWizard for max feed rate (1900mm/min or 3800mm/min as Z doesn’t make a difference?).

I’ll look into HSMAdvisor as multiple support emails sent to GWizard have all gone unanswered. For those folks that have tried GWizard, were the “safe setting” calculated values still not that reliable?