PETG Transition Filament

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SKU: PTG-TRN-1.75M-250G

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Diameter: 1.75 mm
Colour: Transition
Weight: 250 G
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Description

PETG filament is derived from PET (the material from which water bottles and food packaging are made) which has been modified with glycol. Our PETG is a high impact material that offers improved thermal stability, durability, chemical resistance, good sunlight resistance and high flexibility, hence its high impact resistance.

Why Transition Filament?

During the colour change in the manufacturing process, filaments are produced that are a mixture of two colours and these filaments are called transition filaments. By doing this, the carbon footprint is reduced by eliminating the waste that would be produced at each colour change. In addition, this filament gives a unique look to each piece.

Features

PETG Filament, Anti Warping, Non Toxic, Zero Bubble, Smooth Surface

Compatibility

  • FFF (Fused Filament Fabrication)
  • FDM (Fused Deposit Modelling)

Specifications

Density 1.27 g/cm3
Diameter tolerance ± 0.05 mm

Printing advice

Print temperature 230 - 245ºC
Print speed 20 - 100 mm/s
Bed temperature 60 - 90ºC

Technical datasheet

PETG Transition Filament Technical Datasheet

Security datasheet

PETG Transition Filament Security Datasheet

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How to print with PETG Filament?

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