Note those numbers and run the job. If the times are different, you can adjust the
scale Factor in Vetric. After that, the estimates should be closer to actual times.

It’s pretty tough to get an accurate estimated carve time in VCarve/Aspire for 3D carves. The carve times are based on your feed rates, but you’ll probably not get anywhere near those rates on intricate carves. The z-axis speed has a big impact on the rates at which the x- and y-axes can move.

I’ve carved some models in a few hours, but others have taken a couple days. You can add in a multiplier factor, but it may not be accurate for the next model you carve.