Smith3D’s PETG / PETG+ Filament 1.75mm
Ultimate Guide for a Success Smith3D Printing:
Recommended Extrusion/Nozzle Temp: 220°C – 240°C (Our favorite is 235°C)
Bed Temperature: 70°C – 90°C (We use 75-80°C on PEI bed)
Storage: Cool and dry conditions, stringing is a common issue in PETG as it’s more moist absorbent compared to PLA.
Part cooling fan: 0-100%. High Fan Speed = Better Print Quality. Lower Fan Speed = Better strength as new layer melts better into previous layer, at the cost of losing a bit of details.
Printing Speed: 30~60(mm/s)
PETG+ (New Arrival)
Less Glossy, Smooth Extrude, Faster printing speed, Less Stringing, Print like PLA!
Smith3D’s filament choice is an ever changing selection, we have tested filaments from 20+ suppliers so far to find the best quality filament, at an affordable pricing. We won’t stop the process of finding a better supplier, so the choices will be updated constantly. This filament is our favorite to use so far in our own printing work, and we hope you like it too.
Samples printed above are all running on CHEP’s profile for Ender 3 0.2mm layer height at 235 degrees, without support. Printed with Ender 3 Pro and Ender 5 Plus