Sorry to get back so late but I was at the charity dinner in New York and spent some time with the lady with the white gloves but I will be back out into the shop tomorrow and see what I can do with the walnut. I no I will have some sapwood on the end grain of this 66in square table. I did order fas but trying to get 70in out of 9ft that look decent wont be easy. Thanks everyone for your comment's.
I'm not seeing a speed change in homing regardless of starting position. I can go to one inch off the sensors or anywhere on the table and the homing speed is the same, so I'm not seeing the speed vary based on distance to travel. The acceleration on the motor configuration page has to do with the acceleration rate as a percentage of the full motor speed. If you lower the feed rate, jogged or programmed, the acceleration rate is suitably lowered.
I can changed the speed on the homing page from 20% to anything I want but whatever I choose it's the same across the board.
This is the X and Y motor configuration prior to tweaking it for accuracy this afternoon but it's close enough to show you -
H is for Handyman, a line of planes somewhat less desireable as collectors often. A No. 5 comparison is covered in that it is called a jack plane.
I think the H is redundant. I think the 12 in 1205 sets the plane apart as Handyman all by itself.