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Agaveh
(@agaveh)
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PETG
  • I’m new to all of this 3D printing- I would like to try PETG filament - do I need to change my nozzle to .25mm from .4mm? Also I can’t see any presents in prusa slicer for PETG. Help.
Posted : 16/02/2021 7:33 am
Fayoh
(@fayoh)
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RE: PETG

Leave the nozzle, in my experience 0.4 is better for PETG.  It's one of my favourite materials to print, but unfortunately you don't get the same amount of details as PLA.

Try running the configuration wizard again in prusaslicer and make sure that PETG has been selected, otherwise I don't know why it wouldn't show up.

Posted : 16/02/2021 7:48 am
Agaveh
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Topic starter answered:
RE: PETG

Thank you so much for the tips!!!! 

Posted : 16/02/2021 8:50 am
Agaveh
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Topic starter answered:
RE: PETG

@fayoh

Thank you so much for your tips!!!

Posted : 16/02/2021 8:51 am
towlerg
(@towlerg)
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RE: PETG

The main downside with PETG is stringing.

Posted : 16/02/2021 10:43 am
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cwbullet
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RE: PETG

@towlerg

And some brands have over adhesion.  

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Posted : 16/02/2021 10:55 am
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jsw
 jsw
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RE: PETG

I use the .4 nozzle for PETg and it works fine.  "PETg is the new PLA."  😉

Yes, it tends to be more oozy and stringy than does PLA.  Yes, I've noticed that if anything, it sticks too well, and really needs a release agent.

Overall, I've had real good luck with PETg, various brands.

Posted : 16/02/2021 9:41 pm
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