The post processor (file type) for the g code is Masso ARCS in either mm or inches, but that is what it is called in Vectric so I’m not sure about Easel. I think the later vcersions of Vectric (my version of Aspire is 9.5) might have Onefinity Elite as the post processor now. I’m not sure on that? The file extension for the Masso is .nc , so for example your file could be vcarve1.nc
Transferring via Wi-Fi can be done via Masso Link. My workshop doesn’t have wi-fi, and is about 20 yards from the house, and I can still transfer files from my computer upstairs. It’s handy for making changes, especially when you have ran upstairs and forgot your USB stick for the 500th time like on my old CNC!
Here is how to connect to wi-fi -
This link also includes a video on how to use Masso Link. You can send files direct to the machine (with the USB plugged in as this is the storage device). You can also send them to folders that you can create. Where you drag the file to, you just type in the folder you want to create\or the file to go to and drag it on to there. I’m pretty sure this is explained in the video.
On my 60 degree v carves, and I make a lot of signs, I have a pass depth of 1mm at 150 IPM, at 18000 RPM on the spindle, in hardwoods, and that seems fine and quick enough and gives me nice results, but I’m sure you could go deeper if needed especially in softwood.
Saying that, I tend to slow the machine down to 80% feed rate which would make it around 120 IPM, so I have room for manoeuvre if it’s cutting too slow.
0.7mm is very conservative. I’d ignore the Easel stock settings as they are designed for the X Carve and are conservative for that. A pass depth of 1.5mm would be more than fine if needed on the Elite, again especially in softwood, depending on your set up and speeds.