PETG filament, 2.85mm (3.0mm Compatible), Solid Green, 1kg/spool

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    PETG filament, 2.85mm, Solid Green, 1kg/spool

    We want to bring you the most consistent and excellent filament possible and at a price that you can afford. We partnered with a company who custom make our plastic for us and have plastic engineers on site to ensure you get only the best quality filament.

    What's more, each high quality roll comes on an easy turning plastic spool. We then have each roll sealed in an airtight plastic bag with a desiccant inside and finally packaged in a protective cardboard box so that your plastic is in the best possible condition and free of moisture when it gets to you. No one likes buying filament and discovering it's been soaking up moisture for a year in someone's warehouse.

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    Description:

    PET-G (Polyethyleentereftalaatglycol) is a very strong, water resistant thermoplastic, with beautiful shiny result. PET is a well known plastic, as it's mostly used in production of soda bottles. In recent years this material has become a very popular material for 3D printing as it combines a number of great properties of both ABS and PLA. Printing with PETG is almost as easy as PLA and requires little more effort. As the bonding with itself is very strong, the first layer should be squished as much as PLA, as the material may blob around the nozzle ruining your print. The layer adhesion is great, making the end result very strong, and bendable instead of breakable as opposed to PLA. PETG doesn't adhere very well to other materials, as glue doesn't have much grip on the material.

    We recommend using a 65 degrees heated bed however, as the print will come loose automatically when cooling down. For extrusion temperature 245 is the optimum temperature, as lower temperature will result in more stringiness and worse adhesion

    Specifications:

    Material

    PETG

    Colour

    4 colours available

    Diameter

    2.85mm

    Filament weight

    1 Kg

    Print Temperature

    230 - 240°C

    Compatible with

    Ultimaker and other 2.85mm/2.85mm FDM 3D printers

    Package

    1kg/spool, sealed plastic bag with desiccants