The chemical resistance of Makerbot Method PETG makes it a preferred material for liquid containers and bottles, and it is also ideal for prototyping these types of products. PETG is also widely used in research laboratories where chemical resistance of functional parts or containers is required.
The first advanced material in METHOD's Speciality Material line for professionals.
PETG is the material of choice for printing high-performance parts that require excellent durability as well as temperature, moisture and chemical resistance. Engineers and designers use PETG to produce fast, flexible durable prints that withstand industrial applications such as functional prototypes, fixtures and end-use parts.
- Excellent mechanical properties, including high durability and toughness: 8.1 kJ/m² impact strength
- Higher heat resistance than PLA and Tough: 70°C heat distortion temperature.
- Chemical resistance to acidic and alkaline compounds
- Moisture resistant: 1104 ppm moisture absorption
- Prints with water soluble PVA supports
Designers and engineers can create functional prototypes that combine superior part durability with temperature, moisture and chemical resistance.
Jigs and fixtures
Mechanical and manufacturing engineers can quickly and flexibly produce durable custom parts that are heat and chemical resistant.
Parts for end use
Engineers and machinists can produce functional end-use parts that feature durability and ductility, such as snaps and hinges.
Printer compatibility: METHOD | METHOD X
Extruder compatibility: Material Extruder 1 | Support Extruder 2
Support Material: PVA
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