I am printing on painter's tape (Blue Hawk brand -- I have heard 3M works pretty well too). I am having to pry up short prints with a hobby knife that are harder to grab with my hands. Once I get it started, it's easy to get the rest off the bed. In my opinion it is a good problem to have as long as it does release.
I only have an extruder stepper skipping problem to solve now (seems like stepper driver overheating, but it is set up exactly the same as all my other steppers which have no problem and the heat sink is pretty warm, but doesn't seem overheating, burn your finger kind of hot).
Edit: Skipping problem was because one of the wires crimped wires in the connector to the stepper motor had popped partially out of the connector and just needed to be snapped back in. The wire was making a connection sometimes and not others based on the angle / pressure of the stepper motor cable. Luckily the spotty connection didn't seem to damage anything.
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