I just received my first 3D printer, the mini, last weekend. Test prints with HIPS went great. A few extra prints with simple prints my son found on Thingiverse, went well. Then suddenly prints stopped sticking to the print bed. I noticed that the print bed temp was high, around 100, but the quickprint bed setting was on 0, as it had been for every previous print. Then I switched to full settings and noticed the bed temp was set for 110. I re-zeroed it and tried to print again. It immediately started heating the bed again. I looked at the gcode and I think I see where it’s calling for 110. I thought some settings were possibly corrupted by an .stl file that we downloaded so I tried resetting profile and even going so far as to completely uninstall and reinstall the Cura software. I then tried the Rocktopus again and quick print with nozzle at 240 and bed at 0. Same thing, bed heats up and I lose adhesion of the product after about 5 layers.
I guess I have a couple of questions. As a default, is the bed supposed to heat to 110 and I just didn’t notice before? Am I past the honeymoon stage and now have to break out a bag of tricks to figure out bed adhesion? And why if I’m in quick print would the bed heat up when it’s set at 0?
Sorry if I missed this in a previous post. I’m assuming I’m not the first newbie to have similar problems.