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OVERTURE PETG Filament 1.75mm, 3D Printer Filament, 1kg Spool (2.2lbs), Dimensional Accuracy +/- 0.05 mm, Fit Most FDM Printer, Blue

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【Mechanical Properties】– Tensile strength (X-Y): 31.9 ± 1.1 (MPa), Elongation at break (X-Y): 6.8 ± 0.9 (%), Bending modulus: 1174 ± 64 (MPa), Bending strength: 53.7 ± 2.4 (MPa), Charpy impact strength: 5.1 ± 0.3 (kJ/m2).
【Clog-free & Bubble-Free】Designed and Manufactured with Clog-Free patent to guarantee a smooth and stable printing experience. Complete drying for 24 hours before vacuum aluminum foil packaging, which can effectively protect the PETG filament from moisture. As the PETG material is sensitive to moisture, please remember to put it back into the re-sealable aluminum foil bag timely after using to maintain excellent printing result
【Less- tangle and Easy to Use】 Full mechanical winding and strict manual examination, which guarantee the PETG filaments tidy and easy to be fed; Larger spool inner diameter design makes feeding smoother
【Dimensional Accuracy & Consistency】 Advanced CCD diameter measuring and self-adaptive control system in the manufacturing guarantee these PLA filaments of 1.75 mm diameter, dimensional accuracy + / – .05 mm; 1 kg spool (2.2lbs)
【Cost-effective and Wide Compatibility】 With over 8 years’ 3D filaments R & D experience, thousands tons of filaments output every month, Overture is capable of manufacturing all kinds of filaments in large scale with premium quality, which contribute to Overture filament cost-effective and reliable for most common 3D printers, such as MK3, Ender 3, Monoprice FlashForge and more


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PETG filaments are made of premium PETG plastic which combines the advantages of other filaments such as safe and odorless; little shrinkage rate; high impact strength and good liquidity (flows smoothly); Furthermore, this beautiful PETG filaments make prints come out with a little “shine” or “spark” to it.

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Why can’t the filaments stick to the build bed?

1. Check the temperature setting before printing, PETG filaments have higher extrusion temperature than that of PLA;

2. Check if the plate surface has been used for a long time, it is recommended to replace it with our new one to ensure a strong first layer adhesion;

3. If the first layer has poor adhesion, it is recommended to re-level the print substrate to reduce the distance between the nozzle and the surface plate;

4. If the effect is not good, it is recommended to try printing the draft before printing.



Recommended Extrusion/Nozzle Temp: 230°C – 250°C (446℉~ 482℉)

Heated Bed Temp: 80°C – 90°C (176℉~ 194℉)

Filaments Diameter and Accuracy: 1.75 mm +/- 0.05

Filaments Net Weight: 6 kg (13.2 lbs)

Recommended Printing Conditions:

Cooling Fan: Turned on

Printing Speed: 30~50(mm/s)

Raft Separation Distance: 0.14(mm)

Retraction Distance: 1~3 mm

(Note:Based on 0.4 mm nozzle and simplify 3D V 4.0.; Printing conditions may vary with different nozzle diameters.)

Packaging Included:

1 × spool of PETG filaments

Specification: OVERTURE PETG Filament 1.75mm, 3D Printer Filament, 1kg Spool (2.2lbs), Dimensional Accuracy +/- 0.05 mm, Fit Most FDM Printer, Blue

Weight 1 lbs

11 reviews for OVERTURE PETG Filament 1.75mm, 3D Printer Filament, 1kg Spool (2.2lbs), Dimensional Accuracy +/- 0.05 mm, Fit Most FDM Printer, Blue

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  1. Crystal L

    * UPDATE: 11/4/2019 * I recently tested the new Overture PETG Orange and, as always, I could not expect anything else but great results. I printed a 3D Benchy at 150% scale in order to test stringing and bridging. Besides the line on the hull, a well known Prusa Slicer issue due to the way it prints infill and solid layers, the print came out great as shown in the pictures. My print settings were exactly the same as of all my Overture 3D PETG colors: – 250C / 240C – 90C / 85C – 10mm /s first layer / Prusa MK3S stock profile for all others with 4 perimeters and 15% Gyroid infill. – thin wall / bridge detection As standard, it comes with a great resealable bag and a free 200×200 build surface, which has a very good texture for PETG as well as PLA. I have more of the new colors on the way. Can’t wait to post the results here. If you are interested in a great PETG at a very honest price, Overture 3D is your go to brand, no questions asked… Overture 3D PETG filaments (all colors): Super easy to print, Almost zero stringing (although this is really up to your printer settings), Great layer to layer adhesion No issues with bed adhesion (print slow for the first layer!) Excellent reusable vacuum sealed bag. You get a free 200×200 build sheet with each filament you buy. Print settings (UPDATED): Printer: Original Prusa i3 MK3S Slicer: Prusa Slicer 2.0 (Prusa MK3S Print Settings) Nozzle: 250C / 240C (2+ layers) Bed: 90C (1st layer) / 90C (other layers) Print speed: 8mm/s / 45mm/s (2+ layers) Retraction: 0.8mm @ 35mm/s Z hop: 0.6mm The clear PETG was launched recently, but it is as great as the other ones and prints exactly the same way. If you are looking for a great filament for an honest price, look no further!! Overture 3D is your go to filament!!Read more

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  2. Nick Robitsch

    Clear, not milky white, its actually clear! Once I got everything tuned on my printer, I was able to get some really nice looking prints out of it. If you print it with minimal infill, it can be very clear. Above is with no infill, and 0.8mm walls. Great for printing RC planes, as its light, flexible, impact resistant, and heat resistant. Being clear helps identify when something has gone wrong inside as well. Best bang for your buck as far as Clear PETG goes. Have had great results all the way through to the end, and now I am back for a 3 pack and realized, I should probably write a review for this stuff. So there you have it.Read more

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  3. Donny

    So far so good. I struggled a little at first, mostly because I’m new to 3D printing and this is my first roll of PETG. But once I figured out why this stuff prints great. I’m using it for custom kayak parts. Printer: Ender 5 Nozzle: .4 brass @ 260 (could easily print lower temps but it prints so well at that temp I’m going to continue with it) Bed: 55-60 Speed: 30-40 layer height: .16 with 6 perimeters (mostly for strength) UPDATE: 6/8/2020 I ran into some problems. I had a hard time getting it to stick to painters tape. I switched to a glass bed with hair spray. As long as you have your bed leveled correctly. I don’t have any problems with it sticking and it usually pops off fairly easily. I also switched over to a nickle plated nozzle to help with sticking to the nozzle. Current Print Settings: Nozzle Temp: 250 (240 was giving me some problems, 250 seemed to fix it) Bed Temp: 60 Fan Speed: optional using 30%, should be able to get print without it. It does help with stringing. I also use a nozzle retraction. Seemed to help a lot. Print Speed: I print at 20 and my first layer is 15. You can probably get away with 25, 30 seems to fast (could try 30 with a hotter nozzle temp). I haven’t tried it yet. Keeping it slow for the time. I’ve only printed a couple things with these new settings. Seems to be working well so far. Ordering a second spool.Read more

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  4. Mike

    Never used a filament that was this horrible in my life of 3d printing. I tried printing this filament at 220 to 250c and no matter what temp i use the prints hardly ever stick and when they do stick they print for a small amount of time before cloging ur nozel every single time. And for what it does manage to get printed tends to crumble or fall apart, i have tried every thing like layer hight and print speed and even a size 0.6 nozel as well to no avil. Even if it was just just a sticking problem id deal with it but Everything i try to print clogs the nozel and if u get it to print the prints fall apart. this filament is complete garbage. Ill never get this brand again.Read more

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  5. Daryl

    This PETG filament performs perfectly on my Ender 3. (250C extruder temp, 60C bed, blue painters tape) No problems encountered and print quality is excellent.Read more

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  6. Heddahmouni

    So I have been running a 3D printing shop on Etsy for a while now (3 years) and I was going about restocking my inventory when I noticed this filament, which was slightly cheaper than the usual PETG I buy. So I figured why not. When I recieved the package I was pleasantly suprised to see that not only did the spool come with an adhesive build surface, but the vacuum bag it comes in is resealable, which is a nice feature. The print quality was also on par with, if not better, than the usual PETG I use. I had some adhesion issues at first, but this was fixed by releveling the bed. It is important to note that this material actually appears to print better at the lower end of the temperature window. Overall this filament is great, and at this price its kind of a steal. I look forward to purchasing from Overture in the future.Read more

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  7. Y. Lee

    First PETG filament from any brand, initially had some difficulties to get it print correctly. I suggest reading up on difference between PETG vs PLA or ABS before trying out PETG for the first time. It is still more difficult to print than PLA but the physical characteristics of PETG outweighs the cons! It prints strong objects that are very functional in most applications where mechanical strength is important. I printed Dyson supersonic wall holder and was worried that it may break off on layers if stressed but the layer adhesion is super strong! Also, built custom magnifying glass with LED light where parts are held together with screws. If PLA was used it may crack and break off but PETG is holding up very well. So I decided to print the rest of the articulating arm parts with it. I print at 250C hotend and 80C heated bed. Once finished, let it cool completely then raise bed temperature to 80C before taking the printed parts off the build plate. Otherwise the prints will easily take pieces of the build plate off. Perhaps better to use hairspray or glue stick to prevent PETG making direct contact with the build plate. My printer is Ender 3. PROS: * Super strong layer and build plate adhesion * Strong but still flexible * finished print can be sanded * withstand high temperature much better than PLA does * price * love the build plate sticker (but only 20cmx20cm) and small ruler CONS: * runny, stringy, difficult to print fine details cleanly (common issues with PETG) * can destroy your build plate (I had to order a new one) * some details are difficult to print – bridges for exampleRead more

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  8. Darrell L.

    Let me start off by saying that I’ve been 3D printing for several years now using PLA and ABS and am quite comfortable in using both and determining which material to use given any situation. Then comes PETG… the perfect (???) blend of advantages that both PLA and ABS exhibit. So I buy 2 spools of the stuff for evaluation. And that’s where the nightmare began… I have both open frame and enclosed printers running all-metal hotends so I know that my temperatures are consistent during extrusion. No combination of settings (nozzle temperature, bed temperature, print speed, retraction length, wipe, coasting, etc.) yielded a successful result. Every single print was overly stringy and had weak layer adhesion. This filament consistently collected itself on my hotend nozzles (yes, I raised the nozzle higher from my print bed by as much as 0.25mm!!! …same result). I went through an entire kilo of this filament performing test prints!!!) And to top things off, it CONSISTENTLY jammed my nozzles and heat breaks. I had to completely disassemble the hotends in order to clear the jams. So in short, there are much better PETG spools out there (there has to be) but I won’t be venturing back into printing with this material any time soon.Read more

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  9. A. Chao

    I printed an iPhone case with this, since the new leather case would take a few days to arrive. I’ve printed cases before, and they’ve always been pretty fragile since there isn’t a lot of plastic to withstand the stresses of snapping the phone in and out. I followed some hints given in reviews here, and printed at 250C nozzle and 80C bed. I did have to lower my bed by 0.05mm to and use hair spray on my Prusa MK3s’s PEI sheet to stick. The case itself printed fine, there were some steep overhangs which didn’t print the best, but overall it’s a acceptable printed case. The printed colour of this PETG is matte, which looks pretty good. Now, a few days after using the case, I thought I’d try removing it. That’s when I found out just how ridiculously strong this PETG’s layer adhesion is. To make a long story short, I had to use two plastic pry tools and significant force, almost to the point I was worried about damaging the phone, in order to finally get part of the phone out of the case, and then after applying even more force to a bottom edge, finally a part of the case snapped at a layer line, and I was able to get the phone out. I don’t think I’ve ever seen layer adhesion that strong before. Anyway, if I need a mechanical print with strong layer adhesion in the future, I am sure to use this PETG!Read more

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  10. britters604

    The filament printed well (at 265 degrees), looked great, and the packaging and goodies were thoughtfully laid out. Here’s why I WON’T order it again– The winding of the spool is poorly done. Six times the filament caught on itself, locking it up (twice ruining overnight prints, wasting a lot of filament). Filament has two jobs – one is to print well, the other is to come off the spool easily. Overture is half way there.Read more

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  11. Jonathanmui

    First of all, filament aside, I SERIOUSLY appreciate the little free extras that come with it. I appreciate that the freebies it came with (the ruler and print bed) are actually useful and not just extra junk! Secondly, QUALITY! The filament came in separate, resealable bags that were vaccum sealed. So i didnt have to put them in my rice bucket to keep them from absorbing moisture. Finally price I got this at like 24 bucks CAD, pretty okay price. not super cheap but definitely not expensive. but it says it was on sale. at this price, i will almost just exclusively buy overture products, just for the quality and the fact that they come in resealable bags. Up it to that “non-sale” price of 35 bucks and thats just way more than the competitor and i wouldn’t.Read more

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