The warning 'Outside Machine Limits' is warning you that the machine will travel outside its working area, it is correct that it is giving you this warning, otherwise, you could potentially damage your machine.
If you think your Work Zero is set correctly, the most common culprit is the Z travel height being set too high.
Please look at the highlighted orange section in this image of Vectric Software: https://d17kynu4zpq5hy.cloudfront.net/ig...
The values at the bottom: Rapid Z Gap Above Material (Z1 & Z2), Home / Start Position - Z Gap Above Material, you would normally set these all to be the same value. They should also just be big enough to clear any clamps holding your material.
By default, Vectric set Home / Start Position - Z Gap Above Material to ~20mm, and this is normally too high and will cause the 'Outside Machine Limits' error.
If this does not fix your error, it is then probably because your Work Zero is not set correctly. In this case, please follow these steps:
1. Load the job locally into the G-Code Viewer by right-clicking the file under File Management > Jobs and pressing 'plugins.CNCgcodeViewer.view3D'
2. Go to Control > G-Code Viewer and look at the file preview.
3. The Grid is the working area of your machine.
4. The X, Y, and Z-Axis markers show where the Work Zero is located.
5. The Red Lines are your jobs travel lines, and the Blue Lines are your jobs cutting lines. Check all the Red and Blue lines fall within the grid. If they do not fall within the grid, either your Work Zero is set wrong, or the job is too big for your machine.
If you have not got the G-Code Viewer, please update to our latest firmware: How To Update WorkBee Firmware V1.0.7 > V3.3.0-1.2