Z-PETG filament combines glycol with standard PET material to eliminate brittleness. The result is improved durability and tensile strength. Z-PETG is an industrial-grade 3D printing material designed to work in extreme environments. It’s resistant to oils and greases. The filament doesn’t degrade over time and immune to UV light. Use it to test your prototypes in various industrial conditions. Low shrinkage allows to 3D print complex mechanical elements as well as final components. The material’s strength can be used to create working parts designed to endure stress like springs, shock absorbers, and manufacturing tools. Z-PETG is a robust solution for highly demanding professionals.
|Zortrax M200||spool||800 g. ±5%||1,75 mm|
|Zortrax M200 Plus|
|Zortrax M300||2000 g. ±5%|
|Zortrax M300 Plus|
|Zortrax M300 Dual*|
|Zortrax Inventure||cartridge||350 g. ±5%|
|Key Properties||Metric||Imperial||Test Method|
|Izod Impact, Notched||11.40 kJ/m2||5.42 ft-lb/in2||ISO 180:2004|
|Elongation at max Tensile Stress||6.93%||6.93%||ISO 527:1998|
|Glass Transition Temperature||104.1oC||219oF||ISO 11357-3:2014|
- industrial tools and parts
- parts required to be resistant to salts, acids, alkalis, solvents, greases and oils
- machanical components
- working mechanisms
- crash tests
- packaging prototypes
- containers and casings
Z-PETG provides your 3D printed casings and containers with resistance to chemicals including salts, acids, alkalis, solvents, greases, and oils.
Utilize properties of Z-PETG filament to 3D print exceptionally durable workshop tools and mechanical parts.
Zortrax blend of Polyethylene Terephthalate Glycol is perfect for manufacturing end-use industrial parts due to its physical and chemical properties.
Very low shrinkage
Z-PETG provides shrinkage-free 3D printing of large objects, as well as small intricate mechanisms.