I’m playing around with F-Engrave to do some pretty intricate v-bit inlays, and the g-code it spits out for feed rates on movements looks weird to me.
As best as I can tell, the software thinks “F229.0” on a line all by itself will set the default feed rate for the rest of the file, rather than specifying a feed rate on each movement. Is it right? The first chunk of G-Code is below, with my own comments added. I know it’s going to require some hand-editing regardless.
I checked http://marlinfw.org/meta/gcode/ and https://reprap.org/wiki/G-code, but couldn’t find anything that looked like this. I also don’t see any lines like that in output from ESTLCam, Fusion, or Slic3r Prusa Edition. I’m used to seeing an FXXX at the end of each G0 / G1 line.
G90 ; Absolute position
G21 ; Set units to millimeters
G17 G64 P0.001 M3 S3000 ; This line is just broken. I'll fix by hand
F229.0 ; Set feed rate?!?!?
G0 Z1.500 ; Go up 1.5 mm
G0 X27.951 Y63.437 ; Move to the location of the first cut
G1 Z0.000 ; Go to the top
G1 X27.951 Y63.437 Z0.000 ;Let's do this
G1 X28.262 Y63.139 Z-0.328 ; yaay. Cutting!