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Hi all, I printed this overhang test in gizmo dorks nylon, didn't turn out great. Any suggestions? Thanks

Current settings:

flow: 113%

Temp: 242c

Build plate temp: 64c

Infill: 20%

Print speed: 40 mm/s

Travel Speed: 150 mm/s

Cooling fan: off

Supports: off

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