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SebastianBur

Build plate doesn't stick

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Hello,

I recently started using Ultimaker 3.

I am doing large prints around 17cm x 17 cm x 15 cm.

As the printer started printing the built plate. I noticed that parts of it didn't stick.

On one print they got lifted quite high and the nozzle hit it resulting in damaged print.

I tried using glue but it results in the same thing. It seems that right side of the built plate is not getting heated correctly.

What is the best way to make sure that the built plate would stick correctly?

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