Elmer's glue stick, along with the Zortrax perfboard and raft, provides excellent print adhesion for all materials. My printer, however tends to accumulate unsightly dried glue dust from scraping the bed between prints, so I designed this slide-on tray into which the dust can be swept, keeping the printer clean.
It slides easily onto the older v1 perfboard; users of the v2 may have to enlarge the slots a bit. If printed in PLA (as I've done) it's probably a good idea to remove the tray when using the bed heater, but if you're printing with ABS you should probably remove the bed anyway for print removal due to the force required. PLA prints, requiring no bed heat, can be popped off with minimal force without removing the bed.
The design can be edited on Tinkercad at https://tinkercad.com/things/evclLyuzWxC
Printed in Meltink's absolutely wonderful PLA+PHA, using a Z-Temp™ to set extrusion temperature to 215ºC.