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Combing is when travelling on places already (or will be) printed in the same layer


Did you try these settings ?




I think they will be a good compromise between quality and speed (retraction is time consuming, z hop movements as well)



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16 hours ago, smartavionics said:

There is also now a Max Comb Distance With No Retract setting that when set to a non-zero value, all combing moves longer than that distance will use retraction (but not z-hop). So this gives you the ability to comb short distances and retract for long distance travel.


This sounds perfect! If I understand correctly, it will retract "while" combing? And this is available in the current release of Cura? I'm away from my PC right now but I'm excited to check ASAP.

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