Adhesion problems? I found a cheap way to get my prints to stick. Windex! Well glass cleaner anyway. The kind I have had the best luck with is an aerosol can named (pictured below). I’m not totally sure that just the act of cleaning the print bed is what makes the prints stick more but either way I’ll take it. So our main takeaway here is clean the print bed. Dust builds up quick and even if you wipe it off, using a cleaner will always provide better results. Glass cleaner is better, I don’t know why but it is so I don’t ask questions (Maybe someone that knows more about material science can explain it better). Also raising the bed temp a couple of degrees helps as well. I’m not talking about bed temps that would melt the plastic into a stringy glob in the middle of your bed. Just enough to keep things grippy. Personally i like it hot and use anywhere from 70 to 73 degrees for maximum hold. Thanks for reading and please feel free to make any suggestions on how you get your prints to stick and maybe offer some suggestions on getting a touch screen to work on a Ender 3 pro. I can’t get it work to save my life and do all my printing from the Creality box 2.0.