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What are you using to adhere the material to the plate with? Is it lifting off completely or just corners?

Brand of ABS? Different brands have different properties.

Environmental conditions will play a big part as well.

Plate temps, slicer and other settings would help too.

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What are you using to adhere the material to the plate with? Is it lifting off completely The complete part is lifting. I use the standard settings for ABS. 60° C base temperature und 230° C for the nozzle.

 

 

That sounds like default settings for PLA, not ABS.

ABS has bed temp of 100/110ºC and nozzle temp of 250ºC.

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