Any idea what could be causing a static discharge on large prints? It seems that it's mostly visible when it's done and the print is being removed, it keeps zapping (can barely feel it. Small prints don't seem to be doing this. This leads me to believe it's one of the moving parts rubbing and creating it? I'm using CR6-SE with a glass bed and a full metal hotend and print in PLA PRO (which is another way of saying PLA+ I guess, but the reel said PLA PRO) (in case this was relevant). Another question, I have mystery first layer adhesion issues, could static be responsible for it? After washing the bed with water, it seems to be sticking again for a single print. And I have mystery warps as well. At first I thought it was normal warping, however, it seems to warp in the centre as well. Here's an image of a print:
It looks like someone punched the holes in specific areas. On the other side, they correspond to joints where thin walls ended. I've been suffering from a lot of warp, but it was always corners, never like this. Could this also be caused by static?
Lastly, is there any risk for the printer itself? The shock seems to be limited to bed/print only.