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Filament PM

Filament PM PETG Metallic

Filament PM PETG Metallic

Regular price $31.00 SGD
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PETG is a modified version of PET (a common plastic used to manufacture water bottles), adding Glycol in its manufacturing process to create the filament. It is semi-rigid material with great impact resistance. PETG is one of the materials designed for 3D printing which makes it one of the easiest materials to print. Filament PM PETG is a very beginner-friendly material as it has high impact strength, decent heat resistance, and great thermal characteristics which results in no warping. It is really ideal for large prints or mechanical parts! Now coming in a metallic sheen!

Recommended Printing Temperature
Nozzle Temperature: 220-250C
Heatbed: 80-90C

Weight
Color

Specifications

Diameter: 1.75mm (2.85mm available on request)
Net Weight: 0.5kg
Packaging Weight: 0.84kg
Packaging Dimension: 225 x 65 x 21mm
Spool Dimensions:
Outer - 200mm, Thickness - 55mm, Inner - 52mm

Key Features

  • Premium High-Quality 3D Printing Filament
  • Easy to Print
  • Made in the Czech Republic
  • PRUSA verified manufacturer of their filaments
  • Compatible with most FDM/FFF printers
  • SDS/TDS Certification Available on Request

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Filament PM

Established in 2013, Filament PM is based in the Czech Republic producing premium quality filaments and being the forerunner in creating and developing new filaments. The portfolio of filaments consists of 16 types of materials in 2 different diameters with more to come.

They also highly believe in being eco-friendly. Some of their initiatives include using only renewable sources of electricity for the production of their filaments and reusing waste filament to produce new rolls of filament. In the works is a system to return empty spools.