Fiberlogy PCTG Orange Transparent
Impact-resistant PET-G alternative with high optical clarity
(£42.67 / kg, Price shown includes 20% VAT. - Excludes delivery costs)
Features & Advantages
- High impact strength
- High chemical resistance
- High optical clarity
- Easy to print
- Temperature resistant
Item no.: FL-PCTG-ORANGETR-175-075, Content: 750 g, EAN: 5902560996807
Product information & technical details
- Item no.: FL-PCTG-ORANGETR-175-075
- Manufacturer No.: PCTG-ORANGETR-175-075
- Manufacturers: Fiberlogy
- Content: 750 g
- Diameter: 1,75 mm
- Product types: PCTG Filament
- Filament colour: Transparent, Orange
- Net weight: 750 g
- Recommended processing temperature: 250 - 270 °C
- Recommended heating temperature: 90 - 110 °C
PCTG belongs to the same family as the popular PET-G, but offers higher impact strength (up to 20 times higher than PET-G), temperature resistance and clarity. This makes PCTG an excellent alternative to PET-G.
Since it does not require a heated chamber during the printing process, it can also be used in most private 3D printers without any problems. Due to its high dimensional stability and low shrinkage, it is also suitable for people without much experience in 3D printing.
The robust filament achieves results of approx. 90 KJ / m2 in the Izod test (notched sample) and withstands temperatures of up to 76 ° C.
Application of PCTG
Industry → Spare parts, small series, utility models
Automotive → Engine components, vehicle component housings, air inlets, filling devices for liquids
Sports → Accessories, protectors, airsoft components
Medicine → Prostheses, medical devices
Filament spool dimensions
Questions & Answers about Fiberlogy PCTG Orange Transparent
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Strong, better than ABS, I guess...
Rated with 5 out of 5 stars.
I am not sure about the deep technical parameters, only the end product that I can see and test. It is impressive. Very strong, that is what I can tell. I am not sure it is 20x stronger than PETG but definitely much stronger! Absolutely strong enough to hold a Stepper Motor for example, or you can print a gantry plate for your Ender 3 whatever. I can tell you it is strong! First, I always choose the lowest temperature that the manufacturer recommends and the 260c is quite OK for this PCTG / 270c for the first layer /. The heated bed is 80c. Quite enough, items never come up! The best part of it, if the bed cools down, items come off very easy, you don't need to use a spatula, etc. Like PETG I like to use lacker spray. Color wise it is different from what you can see in the listing picture (when it is printed out.) It is not bad at all but this is a point of view. How can I say it. The color is not homogeneous. I can recommend this if you want strong material, almost unbreakable :D But beware if you want to print it with a standard factory-fitted hotend like Ender 3! It may won't like it :D. My setup is on a CR-10sProV a Microswiss extruder with E3D hotend, drive with a bondtech panckake stepper :D
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