By cutting 4 faces at 90 degrees I can measure to the center of rotation, and set the center of the system to the center of the rotary table. In this picture I am starting to "turn" down some of the excess wax to make a cylinder. The wax is entirely recyclable, it can be remelted and re-poured at a little over 200F. It doesn't wear tools either making it perfect for testing out unproven complicated programs.
In this video I have "turned" the cylinder down further and I am engraving a pattern on the outside. It's a very simple knot work pattern. The final project may evolve this style a bit. Again Alibre is a bit different than other software I am used to. I need to work with the rotary axis post/setup to get the output that I want. Currently I don't have things working so rotary feed is output correctly. Everything is correct, but I had to trick the system into moving this fast.
Here is a close up of the result.