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you could try last layer polish (I think that's what it is called in latest versions of Cura), if that does not fix it then you could try z hop with retraction - but it will lengthen print times

You may be referring to the 'ironing' in experimental features.

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you could try last layer polish (I think that's what it is called in latest versions of Cura), if that does not fix it then you could try z hop with retraction - but it will lengthen print times

You may be referring to the 'ironing' in experimental features.

you are right of course - thanks

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