Hi.. I'm completely new to the whole cnc game, so excuse me if these questions seem a bit stupid. I know I should read the manuals and the forums before asking stuff, but I honestly wouldn't know what to search for. I'm a 3D animator and graphic designer by profession, so my approach to creating designs to be machined is drastically different from what most people use. Basically I model parts in animation software and bring that into CAMBAM to create the tool paths. Alternatively I use Adobe Illustrator to create dxf files to be used in cambam. All of this works fine, but it results in g-code files containing more than 10000 lines of code. I'm using a CNC Shark that I'm borrowing from a friend with MACH3, but he only has the free version. I know the full version is reasonably priced, but I'm just getting started with this, so I would like to know if there is a workaround? Can I split the files after about 900 lines of code, and then just run the next g-code once the 1st one is done. If so.... How? I suppose its not as simple as just loading the next file and running that. Feed rates and measurements and zero points and all that stuff needs to be loaded again if I understand this process correctly. The problem is: I don't know what to put where and where to cut the code. Any pointers would be greatly appreciated.