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Problem with overhang

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Hello everyone,

I am trying to print this part :

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Apparently it's not a complicated print and it should go fine without supports but the result is crappy.

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I lowered the speed, the temperature, but nothing is working.

Any ideas to get the best result?

Thanks in advance.

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How low did you adjust the temp. You should be able to go down to 190deg at that speed. Although the infill speed may need reducing a little.

Make sure fans are on full.

What bed temp? You may have to lower it a bit and use glue or something. The overhang is close to the heated bed so it can be effected by the rising heat.

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