Easel Pro users now have the option to enable ramping for all shapes on a workpiece. Instead of a vertical plunge, the bit will ramp-in at the specified angle along the original toolpath. This behavior lowers the physical forces on a bit when it engages with the material, thus extending tool life and reducing the possibility of broken bits.
Ramping can be enabled under the "Cut Settings" menu for the current workpiece. We recommend using the 20° angle ramp for soft woods, plywood, and MDF like materials. The shallower 5° angle ramp is good for hardwoods and soft metals like aluminum.
Once enabled, ramping applies to all shapes that are in the current workpiece. This means both offset fill and raster fill pocket cuts as well as any outline cut.