2024-01-14 (Su) AugLim RADARBadge Broken bit

I looked into programs to convert my CAD files into G-code, and "DXF to G-Code Converter" was a popular choice. I imported my drawing, and it seemed like it might work, but there was no noticeable difference when I changed the cut depth. The issue was that my drawing was in inches, and I was working in millimeters. I aligned the settings, created some reasonable-looking G-code, and ran it with a 1.0mm bit. The result, shown below, was pretty good, but the traces were still fragile, and I cut deeper than necessary. I can improve these results with another iteration.
Teeny tiny traces

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