High-temperature Polyamide based with 15% chopped glass fibre reinforced FDM material.
- Recommended drying temperature: 80°C for 5 hours in a filament dryer or 90°C for 10 hours on the heat bed. Avoid exceeding 100°C to prevent spool melting.
- Recommended nozzle: Tungsten Carbide / Hardened Steel.
- Recommended printer: Enclosed printer.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What's the difference between PET-GF and PETG-GF? A: PETG-GF is reinforced with glass fiber and may contain glycol, resulting in improved transparency but reduced strength. PET-GF, on the other hand, refers to pure PET reinforced with glass fiber, providing greater strength and temperature resistance.
Q: How do PETG-GF and PET-GF differ in application? A: PETG-GF is versatile and suitable for everyday items, while PET-GF is a professional-grade material designed for complex and demanding environments.
Q: What is PET-GF used for? A: PET-GF is ideal for 3D printing functional parts in high humidity conditions, as well as mechanical assembly parts that require high temperature resistance and minimal warping.