That was a big help. The tool table used by the "CAMotics" example is not the same as the default tool table. You default tool table must be empty. You can save the current tool table as the default via the "Tool" menu "Save Tool Table As Default". you are adding tool 1 to your program. I cannot tell for sure but I'm guessing your GCode is using a different tool number. If a tool number is called out in the GCode that does not exist in the tool table then CAMotics will use the default tool. Note, that the default tool has nothing to do with the default tool table. I can see how this is confusing. There's certainly some room for improvement here.
Send me your GCode if you are unable to figure out what the tool number should be. You can also look for warnings in the console when you run the program. Open the console with Alt-C.