I’ve been comparing V10 and Martin’s post processors.
V10 is very choppy. The issues I was having with jerky movements and slow corners (including text) comes from the V10 post processor. Martin’s works like a charm in this respect. The jerky movements go away and the tool path becomes smooth. FYI.
Martin’s post processor, however, ignores the plunge speeds you set for the bits. It uses the Z travel speed of 300 which is too fast for plunging which is set at the bottom of the Post Processor Properties. I ruined plenty of test pieces until I figured out that all my G1 Z moves were at F300, sometimes F500 (not sure where that one’s coming from). Once I figured out that the post processor was the cause, I was able to set it to something more reasonable. Especially as I am working with aluminum at the moment.
@martindb, any chance you can update the post processor to take the bit plunge settings instead?