Fiberlogy PET-G Black

Functional prototypes with durable PET-G in black

  • Low shrinkage
  • Resistant to many chemicals
  • High-rigidity
  • £22.05 (£2.59 / 100 g)

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Colour:
  • Fiberlogy PET-G Black
  • Fiberlogy PET-G Burgundy Transparent
  • Fiberlogy PET-G Graphite
  • Fiberlogy PET-G Grey
  • Fiberlogy PET-G Light Green Transparent
  • Fiberlogy PET-G Navy Blue Transparent
  • Fiberlogy PET-G Orange Transparent
  • Fiberlogy PET-G Pure Transparent
  • Fiberlogy PET-G White
  • Fiberlogy PET-G Vertigo
  • Fiberlogy PET-G Silver

Diameter: 1.75 mm

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Item no.: FL-PET-BLACK-175-085, Content: 850 g

EAN: 5902560992601

  • Low shrinkage
  • Resistant to many chemicals
  • High-rigidity

Product information & technical details

Item no.: FL-PET-BLACK-175-085
Manufacturer No.: PET-BLACK-175-085
Manufacturers: Fiberlogy
Content: 850 g
Diameter: 1,75 mm
Product types: PET / Copolyester Filaments
Filament colour: Black
Net weight: 850 g
Recommended processing temperature: 230 - 250 ° C
Recommended heating temperature: 90 ° C

Description

With PET-G you can produce even more diverse functional prototypes and parts for end use. This is possible thanks to its rigidity, which is better than that of ABS. Thanks to the glycol compound, the material is more durable and less prone to warping. The chemical resistance to acids, salts and alkaline substances extends the range of applications.

With the available transparent and non-translucent colour options, you can create stunning prints for a variety of purposes. You can apply it to electronics, prototyping and decorations.

Properties

  • High durability
  • Low shrinkage
  • Resistance to acids, salts, alkaline substances

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