Hi, I tried printing ASA for the first time yesterday, having only printed PLA before. This morning, the test print was so fused to the bed that I destroyed it trying to get it off. Afterward, there was pieces of ASA remaining and I had to remove with a razor blade. Unfortunately, I made a pretty deep ding in the PEI bed. My print settings were 245 C hot-end and 80 C for the bed. 0% fans on the first layer and 10% afterward. I will try lowering the hot-end to 240 tonight as I had a bit too much stringing for my taste at 245. As for the adhesion issue, would reducing the bed temp to 60 help? Or should I try printing on tape instead to be sure I can remove the print? Finally, any idea if its possible to minimize the damage done to the PEI or if it's possible to replace it later on? Thanks!