PETG (PETG), short for polyethylene terephthalate glycol, is a high-impact plastic made from polyethylene terephthalate with the addition of glycol (according to the international designation PET-G). PETG has no smell at all.
In the end, I tried so hard to separate the fish and the raft that I managed to break it: In terms of properties, PETG is superior to ABS and PLA plastics in several ways. But this is again the fault of a poorly calibrated and slightly crooked table: —platform heating temperature — 80~90°C, you can do without a heated platform; It cost me $28.08 including shipping: Next, I calibrated the table again, and decided try to print something more interesting than the test model. Well, that concludes my review. There was no time. Based on everything, I can say that plastic is quite possible to take and use. — printing speed — 30~60mm/s; I wish everyone only happy In general, the plastic left a good impression. The underside of the cube is not very good. It is from this manufacturer that the plastic has a nice gloss to the eye, which is not observed in all manufacturers. Table temperature 65 degrees. —printing temperature — 230~250°С; And at the same time I decided to tell and show you what kind of plastic it is. I bought plastic on sale. This plastic, as far as I know, is not yet very common among people who are fond of 3D printing. It is printed immediately without special dances with a tambourine and settings. Despite its high level of strength and toughness, it remains very flexible and recyclable despite its transparency. From the moment of purchase to the moment the parcel was handed over to me personally (the courier brought the parcel to my work) it took only 4 days. PETG is a rather uncomplicated plastic. Finished models have a pleasant shine.
With these settings, I printed another test model:
Unfortunately, the raft itself could not be peeled off from the fish. Since this is my first time with PETG, I decided to test how the plastic behaves at different temperatures before printing something, so I experimented a little with the plastic.

A small review-review of CREOZONE Premium PETG plastic for 3D printing. Plastic does not smell at all when printed. The first model I sent for printing was supposed to be a test of the printer's capabilities. On a spool according to the manufacturer 1kg
plastic. As you know, I follow the assortment of the Creozone store, try to share news and sales from this store, and also, as needed or just interested, I buy various plastics from them. True, after receiving it anyway, the coil with plastic lay idle for almost 3 weeks. Since this is not my first plastic from Creozone, I can say that gloss is one of the distinguishing features of plastics from this manufacturer. After printing, the plastic comes off the table quite easily. But now the move has come to this plastic. At the same time, PETG (PETG) does not lose its main properties: impact resistance and transparency. As for the finished products, I really liked the details that are obtained from this plastic. < br /> (The properties of PETG may differ slightly from company to company, so you need to experiment with the settings)
Chemically different from a number of other printing filaments, it can be printed at low temperature without pre-drying, on 3D printers without a heated pad.
Manufacturers claim that the material is durable like ABS, but with print properties like PLA. And actually I really like it.
And I got the following result:

From the factory the plastic is packed in film and vacuum: I found a pretty cute fish on thingiverse and sent it to print. I print quite a lot and I know how PLA smells and how ABS smells. And today I want to talk about plastic for 3D printing CREOZONE Premium PETG.
Now the price is a little higher. Like this:
It also has no odor during printing and has low shrinkage and does not suffer from warping like
often happens with ABS plastic. Nozzle temperature 245 degrees: The delivery of plastic was carried out by the J-Net service, and in the territory of Kazakhstan this service is represented by the CDEK company. Due to the modification, PETG (PETG) does not crystallize when heated, which makes possible a deeper drawing during thermoforming.
But I have some problems with the evenness of the table, so the result is slightly different from the desired one: So, what is PETG plastic?
that the following settings are suitable for this plastic in Cura: On the reel, the plastic has a rich rich color and a pronounced gloss. I have already started printing with this plastic not only test models, but also the spare parts I need. Plastic comes in the same black box as other plastics from this store: Plastic does not tarnish when passing through a hot extruder nozzle. To be honest, I have not even begun to track the package, but it has already arrived. When printing PETG, manufacturers recommend using the following settings:
The first test fish was printed with a raft. In addition to the natural natural color, PETG (PETG) plastic also comes in red, yellow, blue and other colors. Showing results

What I noticed when printing, and what else is definitely a plus.
Nice of course. Intense jet black with a glossy sheen: Thread diameter is standard. 1.75mm: This is the first time I've seen such a fast delivery, for only 4 bucks. But I think that in the future it will be popular along with the usual PLA and ABS.
After that, I tried to print a couple more test fish.


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