This "pull-man" is a eye catcher to point onto the self made print bed glue for ABS I invented by chance.
I read somewhere in a discussion thread that UHU Stic would be a good material to fix the prints on the bed. So I looked in my office box and found an old UHU stic, that really worked well. After the stic was empty I bought a new one in a shop, but for whatever reason the same product suddenly didn't work any more. Whatever I did, I could not get the new UHU stic working for me, so I had a problem. Perhaps the manufacturer changed the recipe ? In a forum I read the tip to use cheap (water solvent) wood glue mixed with a little water as a bed coating. Hoever that didn't work eihter. Then I tried powder sugar as a glue, but that again didnt work. Finally when I was desperate because I could not finish my prints, I tried to mix the powder sugar with the rest of the wood glue. And believe it or not, that worked perfectly. This mixture of Powder sugar with wood glue on my 112 ° C hot print bed is so successful, that I sometimes have difficulties to remove the prints from the bed.
50 % white wood glue (UHU original white wood glue - water solvent)
50 % powder sugar
Add droplets of water until you have a viscosity similiar to thin salad oil.
Usually I apply the glue with a small sponge.
The glue may be easily re-activated on the print bed if too dry, by spotting onto it with a moist sponge - even if the print bed is already hot.
On my printer I work with a glass plate that I roughened a very little with sanding paper 200
This glue works nice for ABS and other materials, that need higher bed temperatures.
To remove the parts from the bed it helps to cool down the bed to room temperature. Usually the parts then may be easily removed.