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SA Filament PETG (1.75mm)

Original price R 275.00 - Original price R 275.00
Original price R 275.00
R 275.00
R 275.00 - R 275.00
Current price R 275.00
Color: White

Only 4 in stock.

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PETG 3D printer filament (Polyethylene Terephthalate) is one of the most commonly used polymers today. It is also used in the manufacture of food packaging, water bottles and many other common plastic items. PETG filament has proven its worth as a durable material that is easy to use. Figuratively speaking, it combines the most useful characteristics of ABS filament with the ease of printing that PLA filament affords.

PETG features:
  • Higher strength
  • Lower shrinkage
  • Combines good strength with ductility, making it a good material for mechanical parts
  • Good chemical resistance
  • Contains UV absorber
  • Good hydrophobicity (does not absorb water easily)

SA Filament PETG has the following characteristics:

  • Print Temperature: 235 – 255°C, dependent on printer model
  • Heat Bed temperature: 65 – 85°C
  • 1Kg net weight
  • Accurate diameter of 1.75mm with a tolerance of ± 0.05mm
  • Spool Size: diameter 200mm, inner hub 58mm & Width 55mm
  • Vacuum Sealed 

Customer Reviews

Based on 21 reviews
57%
(12)
19%
(4)
5%
(1)
10%
(2)
10%
(2)
J
Jan Potgieter
Not again

i will not buy this product again. i have been using E-sun and Wanho PETG for more than 2 years with little or no problems. This South african material does not work. blobs, head clogs, pops etc. tried various temperatures, print speeds etc. Have gone back to E-Sun.

U
Ulan janse van Rensburg
Needs tweaking but Fantastic once you got the sweet spot

Need to adjust the retraction speeds a bit(mine set to 60mm). Need your nozzle and bed very warm for the first layers for good adhesion else you might get warping which might become frustrating at times. . I am at 95 bed(magnetic) 255 Nozzle at first layer and then from third layer onward 95 bed(magnetic) 240 onward to help negate stringing. Play with retraction material amount a bit to find sweet spot mine set to 2mm. I print the first layer on 30mm/s printing speed and a good 50mm/s after the first layers. I am sure I will still do a lot more tweaking to get even better prints. Once you play around with temp and speed and find the sweet spot it is a great filament. (This coming from a starter in 3d Printing). I do find that the filament might be a bit wet , some snap crackle and pops.

p
philip
Hot Garbage

I bought the SA Translucent Blue filament and its real bad.

Kept clogging the nozzle and refusing to stick to the bed nicely.

Don't buy SA filaments rather buy FIL-X. I bought some FIL-X PETG and its giving me 0 issues.

J
JJ van Rensburg
SAF PETG easy printing

I print a lot of vehicle and machine bushes with PETG. You have to find the temperature sweet spots for every machine but once dialed in, what a pleasure, print after print. I go through a roll without re-leveling or fiddling. Part cooling is critical to prevent stringing and you have to blow air from both sides of the part while printing. But hey, you can print your own dual side blower with PETG...

g
graeme colston
SA Filament

I am so proud of this filament, its one of the best I have used in 5 years!

Customer Reviews

Based on 21 reviews
57%
(12)
19%
(4)
5%
(1)
10%
(2)
10%
(2)
J
Jan Potgieter
Not again

i will not buy this product again. i have been using E-sun and Wanho PETG for more than 2 years with little or no problems. This South african material does not work. blobs, head clogs, pops etc. tried various temperatures, print speeds etc. Have gone back to E-Sun.

U
Ulan janse van Rensburg
Needs tweaking but Fantastic once you got the sweet spot

Need to adjust the retraction speeds a bit(mine set to 60mm). Need your nozzle and bed very warm for the first layers for good adhesion else you might get warping which might become frustrating at times. . I am at 95 bed(magnetic) 255 Nozzle at first layer and then from third layer onward 95 bed(magnetic) 240 onward to help negate stringing. Play with retraction material amount a bit to find sweet spot mine set to 2mm. I print the first layer on 30mm/s printing speed and a good 50mm/s after the first layers. I am sure I will still do a lot more tweaking to get even better prints. Once you play around with temp and speed and find the sweet spot it is a great filament. (This coming from a starter in 3d Printing). I do find that the filament might be a bit wet , some snap crackle and pops.

p
philip
Hot Garbage

I bought the SA Translucent Blue filament and its real bad.

Kept clogging the nozzle and refusing to stick to the bed nicely.

Don't buy SA filaments rather buy FIL-X. I bought some FIL-X PETG and its giving me 0 issues.

J
JJ van Rensburg
SAF PETG easy printing

I print a lot of vehicle and machine bushes with PETG. You have to find the temperature sweet spots for every machine but once dialed in, what a pleasure, print after print. I go through a roll without re-leveling or fiddling. Part cooling is critical to prevent stringing and you have to blow air from both sides of the part while printing. But hey, you can print your own dual side blower with PETG...

g
graeme colston
SA Filament

I am so proud of this filament, its one of the best I have used in 5 years!

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