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Polyethylene Terephthalate Glycol

3D Printing Technology


Material Description

PETG (Polyethylene Terephthalate Glycol) is a versatile and user-friendly 3D printing material known for its combination of strength, durability, and ease of use. It is a popular choice among both hobbyists and professionals due to its unique properties and wide range of applications.

PETG offers high strength and impact resistance, making it suitable for parts that need to withstand stress or impact. Its flexibility and resilience also make it less prone to cracking or shattering, especially when compared to more brittle materials like PLA. Additionally, PETG has excellent chemical resistance, which allows it to hold up well in various environments.

PETG is an ideal choice for a wide range of applications, including functional prototypes, mechanical parts, enclosures, and outdoor components. Its food-safe properties make it suitable for use in containers and kitchenware, while its water and moisture resistance make it a popular choice for outdoor and marine applications.

In summary, PETG is a versatile 3D printing material that offers a unique balance of strength, flexibility, and durability. Its ease of use and wide range of applications make it a popular choice for both beginners and experienced users alike.

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The maximum physical stress the material can handle before breaking


Shows how flexible the material is and how much it can bend without breaking


Shows the combination of heat, fatigue, liquid, UV and chemical resistance.


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Temperature Resistance


The temperature when the material begins to deform and lose shape.

This chart is based off average figures of the material type, different branded materials and colours will vary.

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