I’ve had my XXL w/ the dewalt for about a year now, been playing with Aspire for about 6 months.
1st issue (see attached pictures) trying to figure out how to remove the “fuzzies” from the V-Carve. I tried to speed and slow the spindle speed down but no luck. I assume it’s in the feed rates but don’t know where to start.
2nd question (bottom pic) is when I set the depth the whole piece does not cut completely through. I’ve leveled and re-leveled the spill board, made sure its all square. Is this what other are referring to as Traming? This issue I’ve had from day 1 and never really bothered me but now I would liek to know how to fix it.
I’m going to relate this tale here, and it may do little more than demonstrate what a buffoon I am. When I first started with the CNC, I followed everyone’s advice to touch off the Z with a piece of paper. In my CAM/CAD software, if I were working with, for example, half inch plywood, I’d set the depth for a through cut to be around 13.2 mm. And it never cut through and I didn’t understand why. Finally, one day I realized that I never took into account that I needed to compensate for the fact that my Z0 was not at the top of the stock but the thickness of a piece of paper above the stock. So, to through-cut 1/2-inch stock, I’d have to set the depth of the cut to be 12.7mm PLUS my paper thickness.