Retracting while the head is parked seems to allow more ooze in Cura + plugins Posted February 9, 2016 Overall Cura is fantastic, so TYVM Daid! Below is an idea I've had while watching prints. Using PETG I've noticed ooze flow continues, even during and after retractions have occurred. Retractions do slow down the flow of material, so it's good to use them. But if the head stays parked while waiting for the retracting to happen then small blobs of material form beneath the nozzle. Later those blobs cause more issues when the head runs back over them. If it's possible to have retractions occur while the head is moving to its next target, I think this could improve the printing process with certain ooze-prone materials.