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Hi everyone , Has any of you notice is you increases the print speeds in cura it takes longer to actually print a part??

Example: I printed a model at 60mms outer shell and over all print speed of 80 mms in the cura setting boxes it took 1:04 to print , then same model, with 80mm outer shell and 105mms over all cura settings, that same model took 1:16 to print. any clue as why this is ?

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