FTG PETG+ Filament

Filament

Filament

Flame Retardant, PETG+


Description

PETG+ (polyethylene terephthalate glycol-modified) plastic is a high performance polymer that has excellent chemical resistance, superior optical clarity, and significant flame retardancy. It is the first release in the Filabot Technical Grade line of materials (FTG) which are available in both pellet and filament form.

Filabot Technical Grade PETG+ pellets are formulated for performance in filament extruders, providing high quality diameter control and an aggressive extrusion speed. The higher melt flow of PETG+ permits higher speed 3D printing, similar to that of PLA. PETG+ exhibits excellent impact strength, which makes it ideal for printing components that need to absorb impact shock without fracture.

Filabot is committed to environmental responsibility. All Filabot Technical Grade material can be sent back to Filabot for recycling into the appropriate waste stream. 

PETG+ Plastic Features

  • Excellent Optical Clarity
  • High Impact Strength
  • High Chemical Resistance
  • High Flow
  • High Hardness
  • Recyclable
FTG PETG+
Thermal Properties
Print Bed Temperature 60°C - 80°C
Print Temperature 238°C - 245°C
Melt Temperature 210°C
Glass Transition 70°C
Degradation Temperature 265°C
Physical Properties
Diameter 1.75mm / 2.85mm
Tolerance +/- 0.05mm
Weight per Spool .5kg, 5kg, 10kg
Shrinkage 0.2% - 0.5%
Rockwell Hardness (R-scale) 108
Specific Gravity 1.27
Optical
Haze <1.0%
Transmittance 90%
Color Clear
Flammability Classification
UL 94 HB at 1mm and 1.5mm thickness
V2 at 3.2mm thickness

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