PETG ECONOMY BLACK
PETG ECONOMY BLACK
|PETG ECONOMY BLACK 1.75 / 2200||0|
|PETG ECONOMY BLACK 2.85 / 2200||70|
|PETG ECONOMY BLACK 1.75 / 4500||0|
|PETG ECONOMY BLACK 2.85 / 4500||3|
|PETG ECONOMY BLACK 1.75 / 8000||0|
|PETG ECONOMY BLACK 2.85 / 8000||3|
Availability: In stock
- Great stuff!
Love this as my workshorse PETG. On my Lulzbot (3mm filament) I print at 243°C, with retraction settings of 1.5 mm at 15 mm/s. Any extensive parts in the x/y plane I normally turn combing off avoid a “pilling“ that can come out of the sidewalls occasionally.
Build plate at 75°C, and although I have the option of a heated build chamber I normally leave the door open during the print. (Don’t know if that’s necessary with this particular PETG, but it’s a lesson that I learned using XT in the past)
Overall excellent filament at an excellent sticker price!… Now if we could just work on the shipping price would be in a really good spot!
Good work on this product.
(Posted on 5/13/2019)
- fantastic glossy finish, minor strings
wow.. just wow.. run it on a cr10 at 241°C with fan on 30% on first 20 layers than to 60%.. 7mm retraction at 60mm/s prevents most stringing (not all, heat gun solves that problem afterwards ;)
RECCOMENDED!!! (Posted on 2/6/2018)
- Good value for money!
These PETG rolls of filament (also bought a roll off white) are of excellent quality, material properties (virtually no stringing!) and very good to print once you found the optimum print settings. On my UM3E a bed temperature of 80 degC and 235 degC hotend temperature (+5 for the first layer) do an excellent job. I'm about to order my 3rd roll of black. (Posted on 1/9/2018)
At colorFabb we have a well-equipped 3d printing studio with many popular 3d printers. Our grade of Economy PETG has been tested using various 3D printers, which has resulted in the following recommended settings.
Adviced 3d printing temperature:
Adviced 3d print speed:
30 - 50 mm/s
Advised Heated bed (if you have one, not strictly necessary):
75/100% fan cooling for best aesthetics, this gives best performance on overhangs and small details. For best mechanical performance try printing with the least amount of cooling needed, for optimal layer adhesion.
For some materials we have a made learn.colorfabb.com article.
Colorfabb PETG Economy
± 0.1 mm
Glass Transition Temperature:
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