jrw wrote:This feature is an absolute must for any slicer. It will improve the print immensely where it needs it the most, at no extra cost in terms of time or material, and is not very difficult to implement. I've attached an image showing how the print speed should look like for the Benchy model on the upper side arcs, where there will always be drooping material if not printed slow enough. As the overhangs get more pronounced, the print speed should gradually get slower.
This would be great to have, especially in the situation above, where using multiple processes either wouldn't work or would be extremely tedious.