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Posted · Print two parts in one file but at different print speed

I'm trying to print three cylinders at different speeds to test some plastic. My question is, can I put them all in one file and have it print each at a different speed? e.g. print the first layer of cylinder #1 at 40mm/s, print the first layer of cylinder #2 at 50mm/s, print the third layer of cylinder #3 at 60mm/s, print the second layer of cylinder #1 at 40mm/s, print the second layer of cylinder #2 at 50mm/s etc. Or would I need to create 3 gcode files and somehow combine them?

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