I've gone through the build videos.
I've performed these set-up and calibration steps.
I'm actually going to be printing a small cylinder instead of a 20 mm cube as I had intended. The cylinder is smaller than the 20 mm cube and will print faster.
|Check port, connection data rate and click on "Connect"|
|Click on "Load File"|
|Choose your .gcode file|
|Now click "Print"|
This video shows the start of the printing process. You'll see how the heat bed and hot end heat up and the printing starts. The object begins to form.
|When it's done, click "Off".|
The heat of the heat bed is what causes the object to adhere to the heat bed. Once the heat bed has cooled down to room temperature, it should be easy to lift the printed object off the heat bed. To accelerate the process, I blow compressed air from a can onto the printed object.