3D Prima PETG175U Print Filament, PETG, 1.75 mm, 1 kg Spool, Blue
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- PrimaPETG Filament is an extra tough 3D-print material.
- This is an extreme high strength PETG filaments were you can achieve very sturdy and strong prints.
- Our PETG is also very nice to make artistic prints like bracelet, rings, collars etc. You get a nice shiny transparent / see thru look which reflects the light nicely. PETG has a higher melt temperature due to the high strength so we recommend printer temperatures around 230 to 260 °C.
- 1 kg Spool
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You should choose PrimaPETG 1 kg of premium quality PETG 3D-Print material for your 3D-Printer. Performance; Very High strength; Low shrinkage; Good interlayer adhesion; Excellent toughness Slightly translucent; PrimaPETG comes in many different colours; Guaranteed to look the same every time you order; Vibrant colours; You get a nice see-through effect High quality; Only high quality materials are used to produce PrimaPETG; Perfect roundness and very tight diameter tolerance; Strict quality control and extensive testing Practical; PETG from 3D Prima is compatible with nearly all 3D printers on the market today; Practical clear spool so you easily see how much is left; Big spool diameter for smoother unwinding; Heated build platform not required (but recommended) Economical; Higher quality results in less waste; Large production volumes gives you a lower price; Full 1 kg of filament on each spool Packaging; 1 kg of filament on a spool total weight around 1,40 kg; Packed in vacuum sealed plastic bag with silica gel PETG Also known as T-glass; PETGs (or copolyesters) are glycol modified PETs; the modification is done by adding a second glycol during polymerization. The resulting molecular structure is irregular and the resin is clear and amorphous with a glass transition temperature of 88 C (190 F). PETGs can be processed over a wider processing range than conventional PETs and offer good combination of properties such as toughness, clarity, and stiffness.
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In terms of printing with PETG, it is a bit of trial and error to land on the settings in terms of temperature and speed and the right balance needs to be achieved. The important settings are 1200mm/min extrusion rate, 0.22mm layer height, 238DegC temperature and 95% extrusion multiplier. I have also set the heated bed to 75DegC, this helps with adhesion as I am using Jelly Solution on glass.
The parts don't warp and the finish is excellent and really strong, be careful if you are using supports, make sure there is a distance of at least double the layer height from the part.
However, I probably won't buy this brand again because there are others at the same price without this problem.
I read the comments about the red not appearing red but pink - you can see where the seller has photoshopped the photo for the red to remove the single strand of filament at the top left. If this had been left in then potential buyers would have known the actual colour!
This PETG filament is great for producing high strength printed parts. I tested the filament and found it to be consistently 1.75mm across the spool, which is good.
Unfortunately, the dye used doesn't seem to be red. It looks red in the photos here, but the spool which arrived is closer to pink. Looks like the color is called "Cerise" according to an online color chart, but I don't know much about color naming so that could be wrong.