Extrudr  MF PETG Transparent Green

Perfect Filament with Excellent Durability in "Transparent Green"

  • Food safe
  • 100% recyclable
  • Diverse field of application
  • Good mechanical properties
  • $47.79 ($4.34 / 100 g)
  • from 2 only $45.40 / pc -5%

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Item no.: EX-9120066746214, Content: 1.100 g

EAN: 9010241023325

  • Food safe
  • 100% recyclable
  • Diverse field of application
  • Good mechanical properties
1.75 mm / 1100 g: $47.79 ($4.34 / 100 g)
from 2 $45.40 ($4.13 / 100 g)
2.85 mm / 1100 g: $47.79 ($4.34 / 100 g)
from 2 $45.40 ($4.13 / 100 g)
1.75 mm / 2500 g: $85.78 ($3.43 / 100 g)
from 2 $81.49 ($3.26 / 100 g)
2.85 mm / 2500 g: $85.78 ($3.43 / 100 g)
from 2 $81.49 ($3.26 / 100 g)

Product information & technical details

Item no.: EX-9120066746214
Manufacturer No.: 9120066746214
Manufacturers: Extrudr
Content: 1.100 g
Diameter: 1,75 mm, 2,85 mm
Product types: PET / Copolyester Filaments
Property: Food Safe
Filament colour: Transparent, Green
RAL colour: RAL 6018
Net weight: 1100 g
Recommended processing temperature: 190 - 230 °C
Recommended heating temperature: 0 - 80 °C

Description

The PETG from Extrudr is 100% recyclable and even carries the recycling code 1.

The filament has a variety of uses and it offers excellent mechanical and optical properties.

The resin used in the filament is very hard. It also meets the requirement of the European Regulation for Food Contact and Drug Products.

More information

To use the Extrudr PETG, a heated printing bed is recommended. (about 90 ° C)

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