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is the UMO+ firmware 15.02 Maximum feedrates for E too low?

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Please see if I am right in my thinking.

I'm having all sorts of stringing and retraction blob issues on my UMO+ I've been trying to adjust the Retraction speed in CURA to see if I can minimize these issues. I think that no matter what I ask for in CURA if I try to retract faster than 25mm/s then I will not get it because.....

When I run a M501 to see the defaults then I see the following:

Send: M501

Recv: echo:Hardcoded Default Settings Loaded

Recv: echo:Steps per unit:

Recv: echo:  M92 X78.74 Y78.74 Z200.00 E836.00

Recv: echo:Maximum feedrates (mm/s):

Recv: echo:  M203 X500.00 Y500.00 Z30.00 E25.00

Recv: echo:Maximum Acceleration (mm/s2):

Recv: echo:  M201 X9000 Y9000 Z100 E10000

Recv: echo:Acceleration: S=acceleration, T=retract acceleration

Recv: echo:  M204 S4000.00 T3000.00

Recv: echo:Advanced variables: S=Min feedrate (mm/s), T=Min travel feedrate (mm/s), B=minimum segment time (ms), X=maximum XY jerk (mm/s),  Z=maximum Z jerk (mm/s),  E=maximum E jerk (mm/s)

Recv: echo:  M205 S0.00 T0.00 B20000 X20.00 Z0.40 E5.00

Recv: echo:Home offset (mm):

Recv: echo:  M206 X0.00 Y0.00 Z0.00

Recv: echo:PID settings:

Recv: echo:   M301 P22.20 I1.08 D114.00

Recv: ok

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