EcoTough PETG 2.0 - Black - 1.75mm - 1 KG

$7.00 $16.00

SKU: OC 32-C-2-H-8886

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3d filament net weight MATERIAL NET WEIGHT: 1KG
Custom sizes may be available, contact us for details.
3d print settings PRINT SETTINGS: SEE BELOW.
Print settings listed in the product description below.
Contact us to inquire about documentation availability.

PLEASE NOTE: We are now classifying this material as "experimental" as customers have been getting mixed results when using this material and we have not yet finalized its formulation. While many love this material, others have expressed issues with layer adhesion and stringing. We recommend using high infill percentage and experimenting with different print temperatures and fan settings to achieve optimal part strength. In general, simper and more bulky geometries are ideal for this material and can be easily printed using regular PLA settings. While small, detailed and thin walled parts may encounter more layer adhesion and stringing issues.

Please note that experimental materials such as this one do not qualify for Refunds or Exchanges.

You've never printed PETG like this before...

EcoTough PETG 2.0 is the latest advancement in the search for a PLA alternative. It combines the benefits of PLA printing, with the chemical and heat resistance of PETG and toughness of nylon! 

What makes this PETG different than conventional PETG materials?

  • Prints just like PLA, same temperature range, speed and general settings.
  • Significantly tougher than both PLA and standard PETG. In fact, it behaves more like a nylon, but with the printing ease of PLA.
  • Does not have the common issues of PETG printing like blobs, excessive oozing, clogging etc.
  • Unlike traditional PETG, our 2.0 version actually works great for printing small details.
  • No enclosure needed.
  • Works on all FDM printers. If you can print PLA, you can print this PETG.
  • Ideal for anyone who wants to print tough nylon like parts but with the ease of printing of PLA.
  • Please note: PETG 2.0 is softer and has more flex compared to tradition PETG. This makes it a tougher material that is able to absorb more impact and repeated bending, however this also means that 3d printed parts that are very thin will be more pliable.

3d printing temperature guideline Printing


200°C - 230°C
  • Can be printed both with and without a heated print bed, but if your desktop 3D printer does have a heated print bed it is recommended to set your print bed temperature to approximately 60°C.
  • Print speed 40 to 100+ mm/s
  • If stringiness occurs, reduce temperature and/or decrease flow rate to ~92%
  • If a white powdery substance appears around the extruder, this is normal and will not cause any damage or clogs. The substance is a safe and non-toxic modified starch, which helps in making this material more biodegradable and environmentally friendly.