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Posted · Marlin going faster with low feedrates?

I wanted to print something really small, with as much detail as possible. So I tuned down the temperature as much as possible, and set the feedrate to 10mm/sec.

But if I print now with Marlin it doesn't go slow, it goes faster then GCode with 60mm/sec. Any idea what's causing this? (I'm using a slightly older version of Marlin)

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Posted · Marlin going faster with low feedrates?

Ignore this, seems to be related to the version of Marlin I had. I updated to the ErikZalm/Marlin/Marlin_v1 branch. And now the feedrate seems to work better.

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