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Extraneous travel moves in Cura 4.7.1


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Posted · Extraneous travel moves in Cura 4.7.1

Sometimes when I slice a part in Cura, it makes the most s travel moves and I can't seem to figure out why. I have attached a photo of an example of this problem. Does anyone know how to fix this or why this happens? I have tried changing combing mode settings but none have affected it. Any help is appreciated.

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    Posted · Extraneous travel moves in Cura 4.7.1

    Until someone shows up who knows what they're talking about - look under "Cooling" at Minimum Layer Time and Lift Head.  You have a small cross-section there and Cura may be letting each layer cool sufficiently before continuing to the next layer.

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