Ahem, sorry about this, I was using the wrong post when I ran my initial analysis. I hadn’t set up the Maslow Post on this computer yet and glossed over the detail. I’ve left the text of my original reply just for context.
So I decided to test the difference between Fusion’s drill operation and bore operation. They definitely produce different results. Based on @blurfl’s input that 3D arc interpolations aren’t supported by the firmware,
I would say the bore operation isn’t going to work on the Maslow. It carves a 3D arc in a helix to form the hole. You can see the helix in the Fusion interface.
What I said here about the spiral form still kinda applies, but the Maslow post is smart enough to break the spiral down into a series of G1 straight cuts, so it should work. It is a good idea to use the operation if you do not want to change bits while also making profile cuts and the like.
I would still prefer using the drill operation I spoke of earlier. You will need to chuck up a bit in your router, but it works quite well. The only issue is the Z feed rate for the stock sled, but I have just been using it to peck a dimple into the surface and I just drill the through-hole myself.