1 kg. 1.75mm high performance PETG filament for FFF 3d printers
Low warping effect & No hot bed required
Great impact resistance, near to ABS's
Improved diametral stability +- 0.03 mm
Made with Optiroll and Dry2X technology
Dyes selected to maintain their properties
Vacuum packaging with desiccant material and packed in anti-stress box
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The best of PLA and ABS: PETG Tech is a revolutionary filament that combines the best properties of PLA and ABS.
High strength: The parts printed on PETG Tech are comparable to those of ABS in strength and toughness. It is more flexible and soft than the PLA and the interlacing adhesion is superior allowing to print extraordinarily durable pieces.
Low warping: The thermodilation of the PETG Tech is low allowing the printing of large volumes without warping effect. It can be printed without the need for a warm bed but for the printing of large pieces it is advisable to use it at a temperature of 75 degrees.
Low hygroscopy: Unlike other materials PETG does not absorb moisture and its conservation requirements are less demanding. It is also the ideal plastic to be used in environments with high relative humidity.
Food use: PETG Tech stands out as an FDA-approved plastic for food use. For this reason it is the recommended option for the manufacture of containers and other objects that are going to be in contact with food for human consumption.
100% recyclable: PETG Tech is a 100% recyclable plastic widely used in the food industry for the manufacture of packaging.
Suitable for exteriors: Its extraordinary mechanical and chemical properties make it the best choice for outdoor and weatherproof objects.
|Material||P.E.T.G.(Polyethylene terephthalate glycol-modified)|
|Diameter Tolerance||± 0.03 mm|
|Total weight (Spool and box included)||1.450 g.|
|Vacuum packed with desiccant||Yes|
|Printing temperature||250ºc - 260ºc|
|Heated bed temperature||70ºc - 85ºc|
|Recommended printing speed||40 mm/s - 60 mm/s|
|Decomposition temperature||Above 300º|
|Impact strength||100 Kg-cm/cm|