The PETG, polyethylene glycol terephthalate, is ideal for printing parts that are very resistant to breakage and with a very smooth and uniform surface finish.
It provides very resistant printed pieces, with a high adhesion between layers, this means that the printed pieces are much more resistant between layers and the breaks will not occur along a layer, if not along the entire piece.
Resists the attack of different chemical agents
Does not absorb water
Low shrinkage (no warping or breakage between layers)
It is necessary to use a warm bed.
It is necessary to use lacquers for 3D printing
It is a material that we recommend to try without a doubt.
The resistance to temperature varies depending on the design and characteristics of the printed piece.
|1,27 g/cm³ (23°C)
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