Dark Blue CARBON FIBER Extreme PETG PRO
Dark Blue CARBON FIBER INFUSED Extreme PETG PRO
Same formula as our very popular Extreme Black CF PETG now available in a Dark Blue.
Prints with a dark blue CF texture & no transparency.
Filament and parts are NOT brittle like some other CF products. Excellent for professional looking technical prints.
Engineering grade PETG resin with USA made premium MILLED carbon fiber NOT powder or dust.
PETG is a newer printing filament and has the advantage of printing easily like PLA, but offering higher temp and impact resistance like ABS.
Carbon fiber infused filament benefits:
- Increased rigidity / strength
- Highly desirable texture / look
- Greatly reduced part shrink / warp
- Greatly reduced stringing / angel hairs
- Printed parts hold better details / sharp corners
Quality / Specs
Print nozzle temp - 240 - 265C
Print nozzle size - 0.40mm or larger
Heated Bed temp - 80c +- 10c
Diameter (volumetric variation XY combined) + - 0.02mm or better
Roundness ( ovality ) + - 0.02 mm or better
* mild abrasive to print nozzles.
- Carbon Fiber
Reel Number Six
The title of this review should say at all. If only I could post some pictures, you may be pleasantly surprised to see what this filament is actually being used on. A total lifesaver! Keep up the good work.
Spool Number 6 and Learning New Tricks
I'm halfway through spool number five and just ordered spool 6 before writing this. For me aluminum shortages presented problems for my development team. I decided to give the PETG carbon fiber mix with Atomic a try first. Why? well for starters $58 dollars for half the amount of filament through a competitor was clearly not the best place to start. "What are they thinking???" I bought this specific product in regular smoke blue. I anticipated problems and found that my anticipation was unfounded. In fact its the smoothest surface I've produced yet. Remember this is my opinion, but I found this filament was more forgiving then cheapo on sale PETG. If you are new to 3D printing or PETG do not hesitate to purchase a spool. I'm on a tight development budget. The decrease in waste and increase in successful prints easily puts that issue to rest. Remember with any filament that is new to you, go through the proper setup/evaluation steps. I rely on "Teaching Tech 3D Printer Calibration." Its a great baseline that ensures I do not forget a step. For new guys, do yourself a favor and use your slicer accordingly to keep track of the different types of filaments! Notes, notes and more notes! Also I am using: Ender 3 "not pro" "yep im on a budget" Ender 3 Max "A freebee recovered from an impatient person.... in pieces" now its gem and pumping the prints out! If it is in your budget, get a cheap filament dryer and don't go over 41c. I wish I could post some pictures so you can see for yourself. See you on spool number 7.
This is my first experience with Atomic CF Extreme PETG. I'm loving the process and the results. I'm using an E3D Hardened .4mm nozzle. I'm into more 10 print hours into a large functional printing project. The parts are coming out very cleanly with minimal stringing and blobs. There is really good bed adhesion. Layer line are smooth and neat. Corners are sharp and crisp. I don't know if it can get any better than this. I'll never be out of stock on this filament. Looking forward to more colors.
And so are we Martin!
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