Bought a WorkBee 1510 late last year and have successfully used it on some smaller items. However, now that I'm trying to cut some larger parts, I'm starting to see the x-axis lose steps, in particular when transitioning from positive y-direction cutting to positive x-direction cutting (along a 1/4 circle transition of around 1" radius - tho I've seen similar behaviour on larger radii transitions too). I've tried the following things: - Set feed rate to 1000mm/min - Set step-down to 1/2 tool diameter (so 1/8" for each pass) to reduce load on steppers - Adjusted x-axis current down slightly (on theory that x-axis driver was overheating by holding x motionless during long y-axis cuts) - Adjusted x-axis current up slightly (on theory that it was not getting enough power and stalling/skipping when under load when cutting material) - I'm using a Makita RT0701C trim router with shim to hold steady in Z-Axis hold. Makita is running at relatively low RPMs as otherwise I burn out my 1/4" HSS dual-fluted spiral end mill. When cutting with a 1/8" end mill I don't see this issue. - Am using the xPro controller board (V3 I think) - I'm cutting pretty standard 3/4" G1S plywood. Any help or suggestions would be much appreciated!