Guys, I have been reaching out to Spark Concepts the makers of this board, Ooznest the supplier and Vectric software to try and resolve an issue I am having. I am new to CNC and have built my own C-Beam kit that was supplied from Ooznest. I initially tried to use Inkscape along with Makercam but found this far to complex, probably okay for some but for me it didn't work. I then purchased Vectric Cut2D and then realised I should have purchased VCarve instead. Needless to say Vestric wasn't very sympathetic to my error and found myself with two pieces of Vectric software. I have followed a tutorial from the Vectric website that involved creating a simple double sided box. The resultant toolpaths from following along with this tutorial is where it all goes wrong. X and Y axis appear okay but the Z axis appear to have a mind of its own and plunges deep into the workpiece and into the spoilboard. Carving simple names and profiles appear to work okay, but in honesty I haven't carried out extensive test on either but first test runs appear okay. Pocket toolpaths appear to be the issue and only on the Z axis. My first question is, is anyone using Vcarve or Cut2D with the Xpro V3 software on a Windows 10 machine? Second question. Anyone have any ideas what could be wrong?