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PETG Filament

PETG is a water resistant, easy to use and offers a smooth surface finish
Overview | Positives & NegativesHardware Requirements

An Overview of PETG Filament

PETG is a Glycol Modified version of Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET). It is a semi-rigid material with good impact resistance, but it has a slightly softer surface which makes it prone to wear.

There are several variations of this material in the market including PETG, PETE, and PETT. The tips in this article will apply to all of these PET-based filaments.

Positives

  • Glossy and smooth surface finish
  • Adheres well to the bed with negligible warping
  • Mostly odorless while printing
     
     

Negatives

  • Poor bridging characteristics
  • Can produce thin hairs on the surface from stringing

Typical Hardware Requirements

Printer Bed

Temperature: 75-90 °C
Heated Bed Recommended
Enclosure Not Required

Build Surface

Glue Stick
Painter’s tape

Filament Extruder

Temperature: 230-250 °C
No special hot-end required

Cooling Fan

Cooling Fan Required

Getting Started

Common Applications

  • Waterproof applications
  • Snap fit components
  • Planter Pot
     
     

Popular Brands

  • ColorFabb PETG
  • eSun PETG
  • E3D Spoolworks Edge
  • Hatchbox PETG
  • HobbyKing PETG

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