- made with food safe materials
- high durability
- low shrinkage
- resistance to acids, salts, alkalic substances
How to print?
- printing temperature: 230 – 250°C
- bed temperature: 80-90°C
Wolfworks 3D PET-G (0.85kg)
I really like this stuff – it has become my new favorite PETG. Watch my video review here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tRBZxk20jA0
With Fiberlogy PET-G you can make even more functional prototypes and end-use parts. This is possible thanks to its rigidity, which is better than that of ABS. Thanks to a glycol compound, the material is more durable and less susceptible to shrinkage. Chemical resistance to acids, salts, and alkaline substances also widen the spectrum of its applications.