I recently had to print a box for somebody with incised lettering on the lid between 5 and 8mm high and try as I might, I couldn't get it to print cleanly with a good enough smooth surrounding surface - subsequent sanding etc wasn't an option on this project. (I eventually did it by printing upside down with the 'finished' face on the glass bed ).
However I've just printed a part of the lid the right way up, using this guy's Cura 5.0 settings on my Cura 5.2.2 and it is perfect, no stringing and virtually no marks on the almost mirror top surface. It's very difficult to photograph to show nothing, but hopefully you'll be able to see the quality. The faint diagonal lines which you can just see on the picture are actually not visible to my naked eye. The letters are 6mm high, btw.
His blog with this profile in (There are several different profiles but I've used the "Good" one here) is at:
If you scroll down his video's list, further down is a similar post re Cura 4.9 ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jkAqTWmVRVA) in which he shows the rationale behind how he gets these results. His complete set of video's are:
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