The permanent frame is still the thing that I most want to build with Maslow! I took another run at it two weeks ago, but failed. On July 11th I used the temporary Beta frame that I built months ago, along with the then-latest versions of the firmware and GC. I grabbed the All Parts .SVG file and ran it through MakerCAM to create the Gcode. When I ran GC to cut all the parts, several errors occurred along the way, and then the router suddenly headed “straight north”, cutting a path toward the top of the plywood until I manually stopped it. (I have screen captures/ pictures, to which I’ve added arrows and text, that show the errors.)
I’m almost positive that at least some of the problems are the result of characters getting dropped from the data stream, probably evidence of a buffer overrun problem that Bar has been chasing for a long time. May I suggest that you distribute a separate .SVG file for each of the individual parts for the permanent frame? I think that if I can cut them one at a time I’ll have a much greater chance of success.