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UM2 Print time is much slower than my other printer?

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I am trying to track down the setting that is slowing my ultimaker2 to nearly 2/3rds the speed of my other printers.

I seem to have about the same settings for both, but the print time is much larger on my UM2.

(please note, even if I change the minimum layer time, and travel to match the Prusa settings, it still was over a half hour slower on this file.)

Is it just the difference between one printer being 1.75, and the UM2 being 2.85?

Or am I missing a setting somewhere?

Basic settings

http://i132.photobucket.com/albums/q10/dragonsbrew717/Comparison1_zpslhsvi21h.png

Advanced settings

http://i132.photobucket.com/albums/q10/dragonsbrew717/comparison2_zps8smjsxj5.png

Expert settings

http://i132.photobucket.com/albums/q10/dragonsbrew717/Comparison3_zpsobr0ogdh.png

 

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