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Maybe you have tried printing in a different orientation? Or using mesh mixer to create alternative supports? Maybe split the part in two, so that you do not require supports? Post a pic of what you are printing :)

 

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If the surface isn't too complicated you can sand it but that turns the PLA white. I've never tried this next thing but people say you can reheat with a heat gun to get the color back. Better to not use support at all.

 

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