2024-01-10 (W) AugLim RADARBadge G-code

I exported all the populated Gerber (.gbr) files from KiCAD, but the front copper was the only necessary layer. I imported it to FlatCAM according to the online tutorial and processed it to generate a tool path that looked wonderfully accurate, which was suspicious. When I looked closer, I realized I recorded my 3.175mm (1/8" or 0.125") tooltip as 0.125mm. After correcting the mistake, I was unsurprised that the wide tooltip would destroy the traces, but the program was willing to export the hazardous G-Code, and the routing program was cooperative. I should be able to replace the tool with a narrow one and use the program, but it would be wiser to update the coils for ones with ample clearance.
Tool path

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