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020 10 30504060807090100 Percent of Shot % Injection Velocity End fill at 95% Normal Start of Pack Profiling Injection Speeds 0
020 10 30504060807090100 Percent of Shot % Injection Velocity End fill at 95% Bi-modal hump Camel Good for delicate Geometry Profiling Injection Speeds 0
020 10 30504060807090100 Percent of Shot % Injection Velocity End fill at 95% Ascending Good for highly filled resins Profiling Injection Speeds 0
020 10 30504060807090100 Percent of Shot % Injection Velocity End fill at 95% Descending Good for delicate Geometry Profiling Injection Speeds 0
020 10 30504060807090100 Percent of Shot % Injection Velocity End fill at 95% Hump Not particularly useful Good to avoid flash Profiling Injection Speeds 0
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