1.75mm PETg by IC3D
This 1.75mm IC3D filament combines high strength with high ductility. Medical braces, bottles, mechanical parts, and robotics are ideal applications for PETg 3D printer filament. Because the finished prints bear a bright, eye-catching sheen, this filament is also perfect for artistic endeavors like jewelry, vases, and decorative items. The low shrink rate of this PETg 3D printer filament makes it a perfect choice for large prints.
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- 1.75mm Diameter Filament
- Storage and Use Recommendation:
PETg absorbs moisture from the air. Using a dry box for storage and while in use is highly recommended.
IC3D PETg combines the dimensional stability of PLA with the strength of ABS, making it an excellent choice for industrial applications. This material is ideal for snap-fit prints that require a high degree of precision. Use PETg filament when your 3D printed objects need to be strong, stiff, and flexible enough to resist breaking when stressed.
- Parts & Specifications
Filament Diameter: 1.75 mm (0.068 inches)
Amount of Filament: 1 kg (2.2 lb)
Filament color may vary
Special Tool Head Requirements: LulzBot M175 Tool Head recommended
Hot End Temperature Range: 230°C
Print Surface: PEI film recommended.
Print Surface Temperature: 70°C
IC3D PETg filament ships vacuum sealed and mounted on a reel.
Color Representation Disclaimer
Actual filament colors may vary from the computer monitors representation. Monitors display colors differently. We try to ensure our photos are as life-like as possible, but the actual color may vary slightly from your monitor. We cannot guarantee that the color you see accurately portrays the true color of the product.
- Resources & Documentation
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