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Ugly seams, under extrusion?

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Hi everyone!

Lately I am having issues with the seams on some of my designs (see pictures below). I am having these issues on both my BQ Hephestos 2 and SeeMeCnc Rostock Max V3 using Cura v2.3.1. Does anyone have some tips about which settings I could tweak in order to reduce or fix this issue?

Some settings of the print in the picture:

Printed on the Rostock Max V3

Layer height: 0.3

Temperature: 195

Enable retraction: off

Outer wall speed: 40

Inner wall speed: 60

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