That toolpath dialog saying your toolpath file is out of date means you created your toolpath file, saved it, and then you must have saved the DXF file inside BCL. You didn't mention that step but that's the only way a toolpath file can be 'out of date'. If you watched my video I made a really big deal about not saving a dxf file after creating and saving toolpath files.
Your on the right steps however, just don't save the dxf file once you've made your toolpath files.
I also think you'e trying to do too much between two CAM programs. My suggestion is to focus on T2 Laser and learn that one, get it working, etc.
After that, if you wish, you can then focus on BCL and I will be here to help you. I just think right now you're over loading your brain.
You are right, but i really want to understand, by this trial, what is the right programs for my needs.
i've just tried su make the toolpath in BCL, saved path and dxf, then generates the GCode and all was right.
i've made a test on VL, then on cardboard and results was good.
i saved the GCode.
The problem is that, since i've saved the DXF, it becomes unreadable by other programs.
i searched for the problem and i found that, by opening the file with notepade, it contains a single Row "Main.001.mft", that is the name of the toolpath.
if i try to open it with BCL, i get the error on picture attached.
Result is once i modify toolpath, and i close the program, i'm unable to modify it again if needed.