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OVERRIDE ARC FEED RATE not appear

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Hello everyone,
  I am trying to make the program slow down at the corners and I don't see any feed rate slow down even though I have specified in the toolpath.  Please help, let me know what I've done wrong.  Thank you.

 

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O7530
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(WORK OFFSET LIST)
(G55 B90.)
(X0 = TOP OF B0)
(Y0 = CENTER)
(Z0 = TOP OF PART)
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(*)
(CYCLE TIME = 01M 6.9S)
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G8 P0(FANUC CORNERS DECELERATING OFF)
G91 G28 Z0.
G28 Y0. M5
G0 G90 B90.
M30(1,488 CHARACTERS = 1.49KB)
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1 hour ago, Programinator said:

I dont see any arcs in that code

 

Well there is that small issue.

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Don't use both line/arc filter and smoothing at the same time. Just use the Line/arc filter alone. It does not work using both smoothing and filter at the same time.

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