Here are a couple of tricks I have learned. When I first started printing everything worked fine. Then after making about 5 things they started coming loose. To clean the glass use nail polish remover (Acetone) on a Kleenex. Then apply 2 or 3 squirts of hairspray. You may need to spread it around a little. That surface preparation results in the best adherence of the printed parts.
I have made several upgrades to my 3D printer. Like for instance an oversize fiberglass Y axis carriage.
Here it is printing out a Mendel90 X axis motor end. I am working on printing out all the parts of the Mendel90 3D printer.
I used some packaging strap to hold the ribbon cable up.
This is a picture of my new extruder's hot end. I need to mount the fan to something but it has survived hanging from the wires for quite a while. Here is a link to a video showing it in operation. http://youtu.be/MVh2b1nGNW8?list=UU49j5FVUO2KIFyH2IXmGXjg
Here is my growing collection of "Bricks". Things that did not turn out like they were supposed to. I have made far too many bricks, so now I built the new extruder and hot end.
Here is a link to my latest video.