PETG, short for Polyethylene Terephthalate Glycol-Modified, is a type of thermoplastic polymer that is widely used in 3D printing and various other applications. PETG combines the desirable properties of both PET (Polyethylene Terephthalate) and glycol modification, making it a popular choice for creating durable and versatile objects. Here's more information about PETG:
Carbon Fibre PETG is a 3D printing filament that combines PETG with carbon fibre reinforcement. It's known for enhanced strength, rigidity, and durability, making it ideal for applications requiring strong and lightweight parts. It has good temperature and chemical resistance, reduced warping, and is commonly used in engineering prototypes, functional components, and automotive parts. Proper printing settings and maintenance are essential due to its abrasive nature.