PRILINE PETG-1KG 1.75 3D Printer Filament, Dimensional Accuracy +/- 0.03 mm, 1kg Spool, 1.75 mm, Black

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PETG 3D printer filament Material Characteristics: 1. PRILINE PETG (Polyethylene terephthalate glycol) filament has good load capacity and high tensile strength, impact resistance and is more durable than PLA. It also has no odour which allows easy printing indoors. It doesn’t warp and is recyclable making it better for the environment. It’s a kind of

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PETG 3D printer filament

Material Characteristics:
1. PRILINE PETG (Polyethylene terephthalate glycol) filament has good load capacity and high tensile strength, impact resistance and is more durable than PLA. It also has no odour which allows easy printing indoors. It doesn’t warp and is recyclable making it better for the environment. It’s a kind of new light plastic.
2.  PRILINE PETG filament is ideal for most 3D printers (with print heads that are suitable for 250°C/482°F), and can be easily printed on most printing substrates, such as glass, Bluetape, crepe tape and Buildtak.
3. Due to its high layer adhesion and resistance, PETG is optimally suited for manufacturing mechanically stressed components.

Product Details:
1. 1 KG (2.20 lbs) Spool
2. 1.75mm Diameter (Dimensional Accuracy +/- 0.03mm)
3. Recommended Printing Temp/Nozzle Temperature: 230-260°C, Base Plate Temperature: 50-100°C
4. Spool Diameter: 7.87″ – Spool Width: 2.83″ – Spool Hub Hole Diameter: 2.20″
5. High Compatible with Your 3D Printer: For common all 1.75 mm specification 3D printers such as Ultimaker, Zortrax, Lulzbot, BCN3D , FlashForge, Makergear, MakerBot, Prusa, CEL, Robo.

PRILINE 3D Printer Filament Storage Tips:
After each print, we recommended storing printer filament in a sealed plastic bag or box to prevent be affected with moisture.

Friendly Reminder(After Use):
Be sure to insert the free end of the filament into the hole to avoid the filament being tangled for next time use.

Product Features

  • Material: PETG (Polyethylene terephthalate glycol)- Weight: 1 KG (approximately 2.20 lbs) Spool
  • Size: 1.75mm (Tolerance Level : ± 0.03mm) – Spool Diameter: 7.87″ – Spool Width: 2.83″ – Spool Hub Hole Diameter: 2.20″
  • Recommended Printing Temp/Nozzle Temperature: 230-260°C(446-500°F) – Base Plate Temperature: 50-100°C(122-212°F)” PROPER TEMPERATURES VARY BY MACHINE AND PRINTING CONDITIONS, IF EXTRUDING PROBLEMS PLEASE TRY RAISING OR LOWERING TEMPERATURE AS THE FIRST STEP “
  • Performance Advantages: PRILINE PETG filament is a rigid, tough, high performance material offering excellent clarity, light transmission and high gloss. It’s about as stiff as PLA. And is highly resistant to temperatures at above 60°C(140°F)
  • Refund Guarantee in 30 Days: We trust our products. If you aren’t happy with our 3D printer filament, tell us and We will arrange a refund for you

Comments

Anonymous says:

Prints easy and nice This was very easy to print. I quite literally succeeded on the first try (first time using PETG). I have an anet a8 with a few upgrades (including an enclosure). I experienced no warping on the corners at all. I set the bed temp to 80, extruder at 240, and 25% fan, 0.28mm layer height, 60mm/s speed, 1.2mm wall thickness, 20% fill, and 10 line brim. For bed adhesion I use the metal bed, coated with hairspray. I have seen many different tactics, but to be honest if you want reliable printing, go…

Anonymous says:

Great PETG for the money I bought this filament to replace a brand name yellow ABS (pictured). The intended use is a combo of technical utility parts for linear motion components printed at 0.3 mm layer and more aesthetically oriented household items. The filament is a great PETG at an awesome price. It adheres easily with mere 60 degrees c to a glass bed, strings very little compared to most PETG filaments, and the parts are strong and dimensionally accurate. The color (red) is glossy and has little transparency. As…

Anonymous says:

My first foray into PETG with acceptable results I did my research first, regarding printing with PETG with my Ender 3. Everything came out fine. Yes, it’s more stringy than PLA, even with more retraction (5mm). Yes, it requires higher temp (I used 245c with 80c bed). Yes, it requires you to dial back your fan. I used 80 out of 255, so just over 30%. I had to make my walls, top, and bottom thicker. Otherwise, the settings are Cura 3.6 defaults. Mine is unwinding fine (knock on wood). The filament feels like it’s covered in crocodile…

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