I tried this using cam ban, by transferring to usb stick and did not work.
Should the Mach 3 be upgraded to mach 4 could that be the problem,
the table cuts out perfect. But I cant get it to stop cutting the rapid lines
mach 3 or 4 makes no difference - they both read and execute gcode identically - for all practical purposes
when you say you "transfer pic to lazy cam" and you tried "using cam bam, by transferring to usb stick" - it is not clear what you are doing
describe each step taken in each program explicitly - particularly when you save, open, or copy-to-usb, a file (or a pic), specify the exact file type, such as .dxf or .txt - and if you could upload the files being used or produced at each step, that might make it easier to determine what's going wrong
The program that I use is one computer, and I copy any work I do to usb stick. I open the picture(DXF) in Lazy cam. Then I try to clean the pic up. I usually don't get any further because I learned that once I post it to Mach 3, and send it to be cut the rapid lines will also make a cut not clear though Material just I guess you would say a line on the metal were the rapids are . I don't know if I am explaining my self any better or not