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Excessive travel with Cura 2.1.2

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Hi.

I am having some issues with Cura doing excessive amounts of travel when printing things like for example this gear I have attached. I can see that in some of the old versions of Cura (e.g. 14.07) the travel is not such a big issue as in the new Cura.

I have played around with the different settings, but nothing seems to work. I know that combing is off, but this is intentionally. If I turn it on again it will have the same amount of travel, just not crossing the middle of the model.

Is there anyway to get rid of all this travel?? Printing this will take a looong with all that travel...

Best regards

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