Hi @oliverilg, looking at the three files, the feedrate is set by the gcodes in the file at 1000mm/minute by the ‘F1000’ . That’s probably faster than a Maslow can do at the current time. The GC AdvancedSetting/MaxFeedrate will override that if the MaxFeedrate is lower than the feedrate in the file, so there’s no need to change the files for that. Other than that, they look good. Using the Maslow to cut out the stations for boat building seems like an excellent application!
Something I like to do with files in Easel is to center them on 0,0 just before generating the gcode so that the resulting cuts are centered in the workarea of the Maslow. I ‘Select All’ , set the reference point to the center of the group, and change the coordinates of that point to 0,0. That looks odd in Easel because it is written for machines where ‘Home’ is in the lower left corner of the workarea, but moving the cuts to be centered on ‘Home’ makes life on the Maslow easier.