Many people are aware that small layers frequently overheat causing blemishes. I'd like to suggest a new option for Cooling Speed Overrides: Move the hot end away from the print for (x) seconds.
This would simulate S3D own quality guide recommendation of printing duplicate parts at the same time to keep the hot end away from the part, but would not require the waisted time on the lower layers or filament on an unneeded part.
The solution currently implemented by S3D is slowing down the printer while working on layers that complete in under (15) seconds. This works well in some cases, but unfortunately this leaves the hot end right next to the print, actually causing more heat to build up. This is especially noticeable with tapered shapes, such as cones.
I do understand that active filament cooling can help in these cases. However, many printers are not equipped with one, and even ones that do, may still benefit from this setting.