3D Printing Filament – PETG
PETG, aka polyethylene terephthalate, is an exceptionally tough and sturdy printing material and is a terrific alternative to PLA and ABS. It has no fumes during printing and creates resilient printed parts. Finally PETG has very low shrinkage and produces prints with a very smooth finish.
Suggested Printing Temperatures:
Nozzle: 230 – 250 degrees.
Bed: 70 – 75 degrees.
Length: ~ 330m
The above information is for reference only, the room temperature, machine structure, and performance may have differences in various cities, so the best temperature is dissimilar with the suggested one, it’s better to make choices according to the actual condition.
Spray some liquid hair spray on the print surface before a print to greatly improve bed adhesion.
Place in a sealed bag or container with a moisture-absorbing packet. When using a filament you haven’t used in a while, cut the first 5 – 10cm off, as ends can become brittle over time.
All filaments have different ideal print temperatures. Printing too high or low can cause issues with ANY filament. For the best results, we suggest printing a temp tower.
Thingiverse temp tower: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2493504
Colours may slightly vary. Please make sure you store your filament correctly after opening.
Please see photos for images of actual stock for your reference.
Orders of more than 20 rolls of filament may be subject to additional shipping costs.