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5 reasons to choose PETG Economy

With PETG Economy we offer a standard in high quality PETG filament at an affordable price. PETG Economy is available in the six most popular colors and on all spool sizes. It is the choice for users looking for large volume printing of functional parts without breaking the bank.


1. Easy to print

 

Our PETG is real easy to work with. Large parts show little to no warping, yet small parts with fine details are no issue.

Bridging quality can be improved easily by increasing material flow and slowing down the specific bridging speed settings.

 

 

 

2. Compatible with PVA

 

We tested the PETG Economy on the Ultimaker S3 system using the Ultimaker brand PVA and showed good adhesion between the materials. Print PVA on top of PETG Economy worked well, but also the other way around.

Intricate models will be easy to print using this combination.

 

 

 

3. Functional material

 

PETG is a great material for those applications which need a bit more temperature resistance and toughness than a regular PLA can offer.

In our factory we have many examples of PETG used for practical applications. Model specific clamps for tools, clips and tool holders.

 

 

4. Fits and works on most printers!

 

With the arrival of 750 grams spools in the PETG Economy portfolio we now offer everybody with material stations and filament bays the opportunity to work with this filament. Our spools are (and always have been) a standard size and work on most, if not all, regular 3D printers. 

 

It has always been our aim to make our filaments available for as many 3D printers as possible and adding the "regular" spool option for the PETG users makes this even more true!

 

 

5. Great price / performance ratio

 

As usual with our Economy filaments you can expect a great value for money, good for everyday printing or projects which require bigger volumes of material.


#3DBenchy - The jolly 3D printing torture-test by CreativeTools.se (link)

 

Serious Clamp It Square by J-Max (link)

Jargar - Self-Watering Planter in a jar by Justinas (link)

Clamps, in-house design

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