Additive Technology: FDM

PET-G

An industrial grade plastic that is strong and chemically resistant.

Parts For Extreme Environments

Print performance parts that won't degrade over time.

PET-G combines glycol with standard PET to eliminate brittleness, improve durability and increase strength. It’s a UV stable material that won’t shrink and can resist impact along with salts, acids, alkalis, solvents, greases and oils. PET-G is the perfect material to print parts that can endure industrial applications and extreme conditions.

Part Resolutions

90 Micron – 0.09 mm
140 Micron – 0.14 mm
190 Micron – 0.19 mm

Max Part Size

300 x 300 x 300 mm
( 11.8 x 11.8 x 11.8 in )

Available Colors

Grey
Black
  • Prototypes
  • Models
  • Parts

Material Properties

Strength
45%
Impact Resistance
40%
Heat Deflection
35%
Surface Quality
50%
Properties
Result
ISO Test

Tensile Strength

Breaking Stress

Elongation at Max Stress

Elongation at Break

Bending Stress

Flexural Modulus

Glass Transition Temp

Izod Impact – Notched

40.18 MPa

37.27 MPa

5.83%

6.39%

55.30 MPa

1.39 GPa

172º F

3.27 kJ/m²

527:1998

527:1998

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178:2011

178:2011

11357-3:2014

180:2004

Applications

Chemically Resistant Parts
Functional Prototypes
Housings & Enclosures
Mechanical Parts
End-Use Industrial Parts
Packaging Prototypes
DIY Projects
Crash Tests

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Advantages of PET-G

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Chemically Resistant

PET-G is resistant to salts, acids, alkalis, solvents, greases and oils. It’s a great choice for parts that have to withstand extreme environments.

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Impact Resistant

Use PET-G when printing parts that need to be durable and impact resistant. It’s the perfect material for creating performance parts.

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Very Low Shrinkage

Print large parts or small intricate mechanisms that are dimensionally stable, PET-G can print reliable parts with very little or no shrinkage.

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