Welcome to the davinci and the joys of ABS.
There are a couple things you can do to lessen the degree of edge curl.
1. Apply glue stick while bed is cold. For some reason I couldnt get models to stick if I applied the glue while the bed was heating up.
2. ABS Slurry, u can mix ABS scraps with acetone to create whats called a slurry. Effectively it makes a thin layer raft that ABS will stick really well to.
3. Tabs on edge of prints. Even with the above methods, I would still get edge curl on long prints with straight edges, a pencil box for example. I would take the model into sketchup and create discs that have the width of my first layer and place on the corners of the object. This increases the surface area that can stick to the bed, and even if those start to come up, u can easily pause the print and squirt some slurry under it to glue them back down.
4. Raft/brim - Printing with a raft will often times help, but I didnt like this method as the cleanup was a chore, especially if you needed a clean surface bottom. Brim works well but I dont think thats available in the stock software, same principle, more surface area to stick.
5. Skirt placed close to the object with same layer count often times will help hold heat in, which lessens the impact of the lower layers cooling and contracting. Again I dont think this feature is available in stock software, cant remember for sure.
Try the first 3 to see how far it gets you, ABS edge curl was the primary issue that drove me to flash firmware so I had more options to play with. Good luck!