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Actually PLA is the easiest to work with on this printer. Check this out though, I use the 2" blue masking tape which you can get cheap at Harbor Freight and believe it or not, Liquid Nails Adhesive 4 oz. Just a drop and spread it around if its a small project located on the center of the hot deck. Also, a good idea is to clean the deck with rubbing alcohol and a cotton pad before you start, some people have cleaned the blue tape with rubbing alcohol but I'll stick with my Liquid Nails. After the print is done I just take it to the sink and add more rubbing alcohol to clean off the adhesive and any blue tape that might be stuck on there. Also, make sure you do the level check. I haven't had to replace the nozzle, but I did have to take it to the stove top and burn out the some excess filament that got caught in there. Ummm...let's see...what else...oh yeah, when I take apart the extruder the hardest part is getting that long hex bolt in the back to start to thread. I'll put up my PLA settings in a bit. They were a little different depending on which filament I used, which was the stock orange (PLA) one that came with the printer, and Hatchbox (Clear Black PLA) that I got afterwards. The stock slicer which is the Cura Adaptation seems to be the easiest to work with and I've had mixed results using Slic3r and Cura 2.5.0. But I think once I get a handle on Cura 2.5.0, I think it's going to be best route for me since I LIKE the ability to have honeycomb infills as well as grid. I've been at this for about 2 months and it's been pretty non stop, and I've gotten help from both Qidi Tech and regarding how to get better results. Well, that's it for now. Vic out.