So if your printer has a power resume feature, it can continue printing where it left off after a power outage. Which is a neat idea, but there is a big problem with it. Actually 2 problems. 1 unless you have a capacitor bank and the firmware set up properly, when you lose power the printer just stops where it was. This means tour hotend sits on your print and cools onto the print.
My question for discussion here is about build plates and adhesion.
When ive printed on my heated bed, useing glass, i dont really prep the plate with glue or anything. I get good adhesion, and when it cools it releases quite easily. The problem is in a power off situation the plate cools, defeating the power resume feature as the part pops off.
Has anyone had success with parts sticking on a heated bed that loses power?