I wonder if there is a kind of dress-up that allows perfoming a "first cut" in wood for providing a clean edge.
What I imagine is a minimal depth cut, maybe 1mm, with slow speed and high RPMs to provide a clean cut edge on the top of the wood. The high volume material removal may then be done with quicker feed rates.
In my case I woul like to cut the first cut with max. 500mm/min and then continue with 1000mm/min or more.
I am fairly new to FreeCAD, but I think I could simply create two jobs for this. The first job would use a TC that has a lower feed rate and would start on the top of the workpiece and end at 1mm. The second job would use a TC that has the high feed rate and would start at the hight where the first job ended and go through the workpiece.
However, a dress-up would realy speed up things, no?
In addition, the last/lowest cut (if I cut through the whole piece of wood) could also be such a slow cut to provide a nice edge on the other side of the workpiece, too.
I had this idea, when I cut the top for my router work bench. It took quite long! I know that as a hobbyist I could simply wait, but I think such dress-ups would be a cool feature to have.