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CARTGET Basics PETG 3D Printer Filament, 1.75mm, Yellow, 1 kg Spool

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3D printer filament (1.75mm diameter, yellow; 1 kg spool); designed to fit most common 3D printers (check spool size for compatibility)
Made of PETG plastic, known for its ease of use (like PLA) and durable strength (like ABS); no heating bed needed; offers easy bed adhesion, stiffness, and a glossy-type finish
Engineered to reduce jamming
Backed by an CARTGET Basics 1-year limited warranty


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CARTGET Basics PETG 3D Printer Filament, 1.75mm, Yellow, 1 kg Spool


Specification: CARTGET Basics PETG 3D Printer Filament, 1.75mm, Yellow, 1 kg Spool

Weight 1 lbs
Dimensions 8.47 × 3.35 × 8.07 in

8 reviews for CARTGET Basics PETG 3D Printer Filament, 1.75mm, Yellow, 1 kg Spool

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  1. Emma L.

    So, those of us printing face shields for COVID-19 response are clamoring for PETG filament because it is safest for our frontliners and easier to clean. I’m not sure whomever at Amazon acquired this from knew that there would be such a demand, or we’ve reached the point where we’re scrounging at the bottom of the barrel. 240ºC and the filament was still boiling, popping air bubbles, not fusing to bottom layers, and there’s a general weakness to the final product that doesn’t exist when using other filaments from trusted sources like Overture or Hatchbox. We’ve had several that broke when just removing from the plate. I had continued with my purchase of the black filament even after a cohort expressed his rage with the blue, hoping that maybe it had just been a bad batch – but no such luck. I’m sure it’d be great in other settings, but I do not suggest this product line for COVID-19 emergency response shield printing.Read more

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  2. Mattkins99

    I bought the 5 pack for making face shields for the Covid-19 pandemic. Good price, super fast prime shipping (even with the lock-down) and the colors are beautiful, however, that’s the extent of my likes with this filament. First it came in plastic shrink wrap, not vacuum sealed bags like most filament even at this price point. Not a big deal, I have a filament dryer (food dehydrator) but still annoying as it meant I could go from delivery to printing. I had to wait a few hours to dry the first spool out. To give an idea of how wet it was, I stuck it in one of my dryboxes with a hydrometer, and it was reading 35% humidity after a few minutes. After some time in a dehydrator, this usually reads 17%. Anyway, next was winding. In general it isn’t good. Not tangled, but in the corners it’s wound tight digging deeper into the layers (sorry, hard to describe) but with a strong extruder motor this filament does get pulled out. This was strong enough that on several occasions the spool was lifted off my rollers before the filament let loose crashing back onto my desk. Worst though was on the very first roll I used, the end of the spool had been pushed up into the roll causing a loop perpendicular to the winding. This caused a failed print as the roll was pulled all the way up to the extruder (bowden setup) and was just hanging in the air. I was able to unwind the roll a bit and when I realized what the problem was, I was able to fix this, but really, this is just poor quality control. So far it this only happened with that first roll and I’m nearly though with the 4th. Next is a minor complaint and that’s that the rolls are wider than normal and don’t fit the rollers I have. This is the first brand I’ve had this problem with. Again, minor complain, but just FYI. Last was consistency between rolls. PETG can be very stringy but I had to re-calibrate my settings between each roll otherwise I was getting print failures. The red roll I never got working correctly. I’d almost always have a glob at some point that the head would run into and cause a layer shift. This is partly my own fault, but at the same time the other colors I didn’t have this problem so… take what I’m saying with a grain of salt. It’s also a shame because the red really was a beautiful vibrant red.Read more

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  3. Tom

    Tl;Dr: It works, but don’t expect easy, gorgeous, or consistent printing. I don’t think I’ll buy this again unless better filaments are out of stock. I’ve also included my temps and settings below. Let’s start with the packaging: The description mentions that the filament comes in a resealable bag, and that it jut true at all. It comes in vacuum sealed plastic that was so thin I could poke it and break it open. In fact, the plastic was so thin, it had dozens of holes in the plastic. PETG isn’t super prone to absorbing humidity like other filaments, but this will reduce your print quality right out of the box. If I had waited a few weeks to use the filament, I’d have had much worse time printing with it as there’s already a pop from water boiling in the filament every so often. Dialing in this filament required a TON of work. I had to go all the way to the hottest temperatures recommended on the package just to get anything to adhere. I’m using a Sovol to print with, so which is supposed to release prints easily but PETG is notorious for over adhesion and this should not have been such an issue! Even after raising the temp to 85 on the bed, I still have some issues with the filament coming loose during the first few layers, so I almost always print with a raft, even brims don’t cut it because the filament won’t even stick to itself very well! I have tried printing at the entire range of temps, and found again that hotter was better. Prints at 250 had the least issues with layer adhesion, but resulted in some singed bits of plastic sticking to the prints and some stringing. Prints at 230 were able flow, but resulted in a clogged extruder after only a few mm. I found 245 was an acceptable balance between adhesion and flow. Speaking of flow… I had to bump the flow rate to 107% to get the filament to extrude evenly on the bed. After hours of leveling, releveling, switching back and forth between successful prints and failed prints, I found this to be the magic number. The issue is that the filaments diameter is pretty inconsistent, and tends to go well below the nominal 1.75mm. 107% strikes a decent balance between the combination of over and under extrusion I’ve experienced on my prints. So, here’s my overall opinion. I’m not doing profession work with this filament, nor am I doing complex prints. It might be frustrating, but now that I have a good profile set up, it prints reasonably well. For PETG, it’s not too stringy. Once I got the everything dialed in, the prints would come out looking pretty good, but not world class. It’s low odor, the prints are very strong so it checked all the boxes from what I would consider my minimal acceptable criteria. I just wish I didn’t have to rely on a raft to print anything without a inherently large footprint. Settings: Extruder Temp: 145*C Bed Temp: 85*C Extrusion rate: 107% Rafts: Recommend for smaller prints.Read more

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  4. Tourbiez Rémy

    Reçu très vite, packaging impeccable. Bonus : le sachet zip pour conserver la bobine, et le petit fascicule expliquant entre autres le cold pull, pour les personnes ne maîtrisant pas bien cette technique. Bref. Rien à redire. Je reviendrai en temps voulu sur les résultats d’impression, mais rien à redire pour le moment [Edit 25/06/2020] Après un moment à expérimenter et imprimer avec ce filament, aucun problème n’a été rencontré, contrairement à beaucoup de choses lues ci et là, dont les commentaires Amazon. Avoir une imprimante et une bobine de filament, ça ne suffit pas, il y a d’autre choses à prendre en compte. 🙂 Les bobines de matériaux ont des propriétés intrinsèques qu’il faut apprivoiser. Il faut expérimenter, voir comment ça se comporte, la résistance mécanique, etc. C’est important pour certaines applications (pièces fonctionnelles, notamment). C’est le cas du PETG. Cela reste un filament assez facile à imprimer, à condition d’avoir bien réglé son imprimante (nivelage !!) et d’avoir choisi les bons paramètres d’impression (via PrusaSlicer, pour moi). Car ça ne s’imprime pas comme du PLA. Le PETG est nettement moins permissif (mais plus simple à utiliser que le nylon, ABS, ASA, PC, ou même le PLA “silk” ou infusé au bois/metal, avec leurs spécificités propres). Notamment sur les paramètres de rétraction. Avec un système Bowden, il faut compter sur 6-7mm de distance de rétraction à 30mm/s et une vitesse de traversée élevée (aussi vite que possible). Avec le PLA ou ABS, on peut rétracter vite (60mm/s), mais pas avec le PETG. Dans mon cas, pour une i3 Mega-S, j’imprime le PETG à 240°C, plateau à 70°C, 45 mm/s. Et 245-250° pour la buse en première couche, à 20-35 mm/s (une première couche LENTE est indispensable pour une bonne adhésion, quel que soit le filament), avec une collerette (brim) de quelques mm. L’adhésion est excellente (un bon nivelage, ça fait beaucoup). Il s’imprime aussi très bien à 230°C. Je n’ai pas essayé à 260°C, mais ça marche sûrement (à condition d’avoir mis un tube PTFE Capricorn ou d’utiliser une hotend all-metal 😉 ). A noter qu’il ne rétrécit que très peu lorsqu’il refroidit, assurant une très bonne précision dimensionnelle des prints (cela change d’autres marques de filaments). La couleur du filament une fois imprimé varie forcément du filament enroulé. Il s’agit d’un filament translucide (et non transparent. C’est marqué sur la boîte : TRANSLUCIDE), il ne sera donc ni totalement opaque ni totalement transparent. En fonction du nombre de couches solides et nombre de périmètres, de la température, il apparaîtra plus ou moins laiteux, plus ou moins opaque. Bref, quelques images seront plus parlantes. Celles ajoutées sont des prints réalisés intégralement avec ce PETG Translucide made in Amazon. Toutes sont des pièces fonctionnelles. C’est propre, c’est joli, ça fait le job, j’aime bien. Ce filament est de très bonne qualité. [Edit 20/07/2016] Après avoir utilisé ce filament pas mal de temps, il est apparu qu’il n’était pas/plus assez sec (malgré de bonnes conditions de stockage). L’extrusion provoquait des “pop”, signe de bulles qui “claquent”, et dont la cause est l’humidité trop élevée du filament. Une fois les deux bobines de PETG (translucide / bleu translucide) passées au four à 60-70°C pendant 4h (chaleur tournante), le filament est redevenu sec comme il faut. Plus aucune bulle qui claque, et surface lisse et brillante lors de l’impression (voir photos comparatives sec/humide). Donc : si vous achetez du PET(G), desséchez la bobine à réception ! Et même à intervalles réguliers. Sans cela, l’imprimer sera bien plus difficile, et le résultat ne sera pas joli et sera moins solide.Read more

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  5. Cliente Amazon

    Hola. Yo he estado volviéndome loco configurando la impresora recopilando 500 comentarios de gente. Los resultados realizando los ajustes que vienen en los comentarios y recopilados de internet han sido DESASTROSOS. Para mi Ender 3 pro la configuración de cura exitosa ha sido: -Calidad 0,2. -Ancho de linea: 0.4. -Ancho de linea capa inicial: 120%. -Relleno: 20%. -Distancia de linea de relleno 6,0%. -Porcentaje de superposición de relleno: 15%. -Material, Temperatura de impresión 245º. -Temperatura de la cama: 80º. -Flujo: 100%. -Velocidad de impresión: 50mm/s. -Velocidad de relleno: 50mm/s. -Velocidad de pared: 25mm/s. -Velocidad de desplazamiento: 150mm/s. -Velocidad capa inicial: 15mm/s. -Numero de capas mas lentas: 2. Configuración mas importante: -Desplazamiento. Habilitar la retracción. -Distancia de retracción: 4mm/s -Velocidad de retracción: 35mm/s. -Desplazamiento minimo de retracción: 1,5mm. -Ventana de distancia minima de extrusion: 10mm. -Mode Peinada: No en el forro. -Retracción antes de la pared exterior habilitada. -Evitar partes impresas al desplazarse habilitada. -Evitar soportes al desplazarse habilitado. -Distancia para evitar desplazarse: 0,625. -Refrigeración: NOOOO. -Generar soporte: Tocando la placa. -Adherencia de la placa de impresión: Balsa. -Correcciones de malla: Volúmenes de superposiciones de uniones.Read more

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  6. Juanma

    Lo que me pareció en un principio >>> Preguntan que para que he usado este producto. Pues la verdad es que de momento para imprimir decenas de torres de temperatura, bueno, mejor dicho, decenas de defecaciones de plástico, en que el 90% de las ocasiones el Hot end termina golpeando alguna de las basuras que sobresale de la capa arrancando, la pieza de la cama. Las mismas temperaturas a velocidades inferiores a velocidades superiores, con más flow con menos flow… Igual alguno me viene diciendo que pruebe a hornear el filamento, pero vamos, yo he comprado este producto nuevo y con unas características concretas que esto no cumple… Y no estoy como para hacer experimentos en casa. RECTIFICO. Lo que me parece ahora >>>> OJO! Si pasas de PLA a imprimir con PETG, LO PRIMERO, Re-calibra los pasos de tu extrusor. Yo creía que la diferencia sería mínima, y me estaban saliendo cada KK de impresiones que me quedaba pasmado, y me había estado volviendo loco. La diferencia de pasos/mm del extrusor, en mi Ender 3 pro ha resultado ser abismal: de 96.00 steps/mm a 206.12 steps/mm. ¡¡Con razón no imprimía nada bien!! Ahora salen unas impresiones PRECIOSAS y el color rojo con un brillo espectacular. Siento haber valorado negativamente el producto en un principio, pero no me esperaba que tuviera que re-calibrar TANTO los pasos del extrusor. HE VUELTO A COMPRAR ESTA BOBINA, y ha sido perfecto. Con los parámetros de la anterior bobina, he puesto la nueva, y sin cambiar nada he usado toda la bobina con 0 problemas. Si estuviera podrido de pasta, compraba todas las bobinas que pudiese xDRead more

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  7. Giuseppe

    Il filamento si presenta in confezione sigillata e ha al suo interno il silicagel. Ho provato a stampare dei piccoli sample con bed a 70°C e l’effetto traslucente migliore si ottiene ad una temperatura compresa tra 210 °C e 220 °C. Oltre questa soglia si manifesta un effetto ruvido al tatto che va aumentando con la temperatura.Read more

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  8. Andy

    I print a lot of 200x200x20 ish items which have to cope with water and a bit of bashing about. This PETG has been great, even on my cheap printer. 240/70 for flat bottom prints, 240/75 and tape the brim down for large prints with small contact areas, 0% cooling until 1.5mm. This PETG (and the BasicFil stuff) are a lot nicer to work with than PLA once you get your slicer settings right. The first layer is thicker (z offset 0.2mm higher), less material (96% feed rate), and much slower than PLA. If I move or bash the printer I have to carefully monitor the first layer – if it strings (stroke the layer!) or there’s a buildup on the nozzle babystep Z by +0.025mm. If passes aren’t bonding together, step Z by -0.025. If the first layer goes down and sticks, I don’t mind leaving this stuff printing over night. Experiment with z-hop and SLOW the retraction speed to reduce stringing.Read more

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