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Nun,  "der untere Bereich" und "der obere Teil" "deines Objektes" ist halt nicht wirklich aussagekräftig um dir einen gezielten Rat geben zu können, ein Screenshot könnte da schon etwas Licht ins Dunkel bringen.

Generell hast du 3 Möglichkeiten den Support zu beeinflussen:

- das "Support Placement" ob nur vom Druckbett aus oder überall

- den Support Überhang-Winkel

- seit 3.3 den Support-Blocker, ein definierbarer Bereich in dem kein Support erstellt werden soll

 

Nebenbei bemerkt: in einem überwiegend Englisch-sprachigem Forum die Frage auch auf Englisch zu stellen erhöht die Chancen auf eine Antwort drastisch ?

 

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Well, "the lower part" and "the upper part" of "your object" is just not really meaningful to be able to give you specific advice, a screenshot could bring some light into the darkness.
Generally you have 3 possibilities to influence the support:
- the "Support Placement" whether only from the print bed or anywhere
- the support overhang angle
- since 3.3 the support blocker, a definable area in which no support is to be created

Incidentally, asking English in a predominantly English-speaking forum also raises the chances of an answer drastically ?

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