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Posted (edited) · First Overhang layer mid air? What to do?

Hey there, I am just curios if there is anything I can do about this problem.

This is the second time I noticed this. On the first two pictures is the first layer of a 90° overhang(one time from the bottom and one time from the top). I want to try to print it really slow but Cura starts mid air with the wall/(shell?) and this just drops the filament to the plate. The last picture shows the finnished layer.

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