Ron if you are - at least a bit used to VB Script the strategy can be pretty easy!
you need the newest service pack of Rhino .... Draw a line in Cad get the object discretizise in as many points as you need ... but dot touch the newly created points as rhino creates them in the order of the curve / Spline ... afterwards write a short filecreator and a fix header dependent on your machine code and modify the x and y coords to movement code and the Z code ( at the beginning and the end of each curve) to switch code for the laser) if you want to go for tabs in between you can also do this.... I'm rather new to VBS as to Rhino Script but it seems to pay...
Here is about the first attempts they are not "bullet proof" but it seems to work!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oZwlJ-XPOHw]4 Axis Simultaneous Crank Shaft Cutting with Rhino 3D - YouTube
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1xov9uQ8c90]Self Scripted Rhino Cam Module - YouTube
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_CnoyE7CPW4]Testrun of DIY Rhinoceros CAD 2D CAM Script - YouTube
Why reach for speed, when you could have precision instead!!!
Sorry man, that was mostly greek to me... I will have to do some more research.