Are you asking for numbers for the 3018?
The best answer I can give would be to use google to see what values other’s are using for that machine. There is also a way you can easily adjust the steps per mm. Typically this is done by using the controller to move the spindle a known distance, measuring the actual distance it traveled, and adjusting the steps per mm until the two match up.
The other two values will be limitations of the machine. The idea is to slowly increase those values until the machine does something it’s not supposed to, and then back off ~10% or so.
There should be values in the documentation on this site for the MPCNC of what values ‘most’ people use on their machines. Except for steps per mm, which I tuned shortly after building my machine, I have not changed any of the other values from what the documentation recommended.