i do have the same problem, but i think the proposed workaround doesn't work in this case.
to achieve best adhesion for nylon and abs filament, i first print a thin sheet of petg at the print surface (200µm).
then i alter the live z-adjustment value to my optimized value + 200µm, change the filament to nylon or abs and print onto the previously generated petg sheet.
this works really well and i don't need to mess around with glue stick or kapton tape.
but the disadvantage is that the external infill direction is exactly in the same direction... so the bottom layer of the nylon or abs is not as planar as it could be and removing the petg sheet sometimes is a pita.
from the raft idea, an orthogonal infill of the petg sheets bottom layer to the abs/nylon objects bottom layer would be much better.
any idea ?
sorry, didn't get the point of the workaround properly at the first view.
now i got it
and it works, of course.
i simply had to set top layer & bottom layer to 0 and use the infill settings (-> with 100% infill) to change the orientation.