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No support generated under interior overhangs.

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If you're the one who designed the part I'd advice you to just go ahead and create support yourself, it'll give you less head aches. I think a thin, 0.5mm, wall from the lip of the snap feature down to the rest of the model with a 0.2mm spacing on "each side" would allow the printer to bridge the rest on its own and it will remove with basically no trace.

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