I was trying to print petg for the first time, so I set my nozzle to 260c and turned my heat bed off (because I used blue painter tape, as advised by the net).
As I’m 2% into the print, I noticed the blue tape is all peeling up. I inspect the printer and notice that the nozzle (which I previously confirmed was at 260c) was at 205c and the heat bed was at 50c (which I confirmed had been off). This naturally caused the print to be ruined because the peeling tape caused the base layer to curl.
Why did snapmaker disregard my settings mid print?
Side question, every print I’ve tried has failed because I can’t get pla or petg to adhere to the bed and thus curls up at the edges. What am I missing?