So I've had my Robo 3D since late November of 2017, I played with it a little right after getting it (maybe 20 hours print time) and then didn't touch it until late February when a friend was wondering if I might be able to print a part for his model railroad. After that it dawned on me that I had a home project that it would probably work great for and designed the part and started printing them. The first few parts turned out great, exactly like I wanted, but then suddenly the thin end of them started coming off the bed and curling during the print, (takes about 2 hours and 15 minutes), giving me an unusable print. Matter Control insists that the bed is coming up to temperature correctly, and staying there, and I only have maybe 50 print hours on the bed, but I was wondering if the bed was starting to go bad already? I honestly hope not at $75 per bed. I also thought that maybe since my part was a wedge shaped block that went down to a point, that maybe the material thickness was the cause, so I added a block to the end that I could break off once the print was finished, but that popped loose from the bed after about twenty minutes of printing as well, and the results were the same. I've tried rotating the piece before printing, and the results have been even worse, one time the whole part popped away from the bed, and needless to say that was pretty disastrous. In all fairness, I did switch from the filament that came with my printer, to a different brand (white) before I started printing. I got about three good pieces before the issue started, and maybe three since, with five garbage ones. Anyone have any possible insight into the issue?