My brother mainly bought the Laser for cutting from R/C plans. So I am sure he will appreciate your work. He wants a low cost way for people to build these planes without having to resort to expensive cutters.
Sounds like we made more work for!
I think Splines won't be that hard to add...I believe their structure is similar to Polylines (to a lesser degree) and Ellipses (to a greater degree)...I have not dug into them yet, but I don't think they will be that hard to do (famous last words).
My goal is to try and support this community as much as I can with BenCutLaser, within reason...when I first got my laser machine, this is the software I was missing...now BCL is about 80% finished and I can now see it coming together as envisioned, to make my 3mm wooden parts.
For the new members, we have to remember that I spent months and months last year talking to CAM software developers, asking if they could, if they would, modify their complex CAM software for my low powered laser machine...no one was interested in supporting us...no one...about that time I started this website and @Zax was an early member and it has just exploded since those early days. There was a demand for this kind of support for our machines. Now this community is going to get the option of using two specifically developed pieces of software for these little machines: T2 Laser and BenCutLaser.
Last year I contacted MakerBot and asked them if they would support a CAM application...at the time I was trying to get another CAM company to modify their software for us and thought if MakerBot got behind them, they would make the needed modifications...but the CAM company changed their minds and said they no were no longer interested...this month, I'm introducing BCL to MakerBot to see if they still have an interest in providing their customers with a CAM program (BCL)...and I will also mention T2 Laser on @Zax's behalf.
As far as I know, @Zax and I are the only two software developers targeting these little laser machines.