I am printing 'connectors' for a large structure made of tubes. As I am a bit afraid that that they could break I decided to print them in nylon which flexes more.
The quality of the print itself is very good, but I have adhesion problems.
This one came out OK, but as you can see the brim comes loose very early...
I initially had the bed at 80°C, I pushed to 95°C and it seems to be better (but does not make too much sense as it is above Tg).
As everybody seems to use glue, I used the glue I got with the printer (Blue glue stick from Staples) -- I actually never use glue on my heated bed so it is the first time I used it
The nylon should be reasonably dry -- I did not 'cook it' before use, but it is stored in a dry place and there are no bubble / pops / cracks while printing.
I have to print quite some connectors (a bit bigger that the one in the video) so I cannot afford to much print failures