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Cura speed settings

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Travel Speed is the speed of the head when moving from one part to another (not printing) --> Not related to print speed

Bottom layer speed is the speed at which the first layer is printed --> Not related to print speed

Infill speed the speed at which the infill is printed (the inner pattern): if 0 then it's the same speed as the print speed

Outer shell speed the speed at which the outer shell is printed: if 0 then it's the same speed as the print speed

Inner shell speed the speed at which the inner shell is printed: if 0 then it's the same speed as the print speed

So if you specify other values than 0 for the three last speeds it will overrun the value you entered in print speed. I usually leave them to 0

 

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