The 3D filament Kimya PETG-S is produced via copolymerization with PET. Polyethylene terephtalate glycol (PETG) is a saturated polyester polymer. It offers a perfect balance between flexibility and mechanical resistance and enables items to be produced with higher translucidity. Manufacturers use PET to produce bottles, food containers, credit cards and loyalty cards. The 3D filament Kimya PETG-S has the following properties:
- Offers a perfect balance between flexibility and mechanical properties
- Food contact certified under EU 10/2011
- Complies with the REACH regulation and the RoHS directive
2.2kg Rolls Available Upon Request
Recommended Printing Temperature
Nozzle Temperature: 195-230C
Diameter: 1.75mm (2.85mm available on request)
Net Weight: 0.75kg
Packaging Weight: 1.1kg
Packaging Dimension: 207 x 60 x 205mm
Outer - 200mm, Thickness - 37mm, Inner - 52mm
- Premium High-Quality 3D Printing Filament
- Easy to Print
- Made in France
- Experts in Industrial 3D Printing Materials
- Compatible with most FDM/FFF printers
- SDS/TDS Certification Available on Request
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The Kimya brand, launched by ARMOR, offers innovative solutions using made-to-measure 3D materials adapted to the needs of industry.
The “Kimya Lab” supports international industrial groups by designing made-to-measure 3D materials which meet their exact specifications. The “Kimya Lab” experts exclusively develop high-technology 3D materials.
What is the future of the industry according to Kimya? The on-demand manufacture of high added value prototypes and pre-production using demanding 3D materials adapted to the exacting needs of industry!
With continually improving technology, 3D printing solutions to the needs of industry are getting better and better, and relieve the biggest actors of the constraints which their manufacturing processes have always been subject to. The objective? Increased reactivity and autonomy. With theKimya’s 3D materials, reducing the costs of large-scale production and storage is immediately achievable. The result of fine-tuned production: an increase in profits and on-demand manufacturing without the risks.