PETG Material Safety Datasheet (MSDS)
MakerBot PETG Specialty 3D Printing Material Safety Datasheet (MSDS)View
MakerBot Specialty 3D Printing Material
PETG, one of the most widely used polymers today, is now available for 3D printing on the MakerBot Method desktop 3D printer. The first advanced material from Makerbot's specialty line exhibits excellent temperature, moisture, and chemical resistance as well as higher strength and durability than both PLA and Tough PLA.
CNC Machinists and manufacturing engineers can create complex and durable parts that are resistant to heat and chemicals
Product designers, industrial designers, and engineers can 3D print functional prototypes that exhibit excellent durability with temperature, moisture, and chemical resistance.
The durability and impact resistance of PETG makes it a good 3D printing material for end-use parts, especially those requiring snap fits, threads, and living hinges.
PENSA, an industrial design and product development firm, have integrated the MakerBot Method Performance 3D Printer into their daily design process testing ideas early and often in order to accelerate design iteration cycles and make quicker decisions. The designers and engineers utilize METHOD for a wide range of uses, including to print fixtures or end-use parts, form studies, volume studies, and functional testing.