Gun Metal Gray Opaque PETG PRO
Gun Metal Gray Opaque PETG PRO
Prints with a gloss shine & no transparency like some other PETG products on the market.
PETG is a newer printing filament and has the advantage of printing easily like PLA, but offering higher temp and impact resistance like ABS.
Nearly ZERO warpage prints , extremely strong layer bonds , little to no odor at all.
Quality / Specs
Print nozzle temp - 240 - 265C
Heated Bed temp - 60 - 70c
Diameter (volumetric variation XY combined) + - 0.02mm or better
Roundness ( ovality ) + - 0.02 mm or better
Prints strong and smooth.
I think its great filament.
I'm a relatively newbie 3d Printer. I've mostly been printing with PLA (including the Atomic brand) and I thought I would branch out. I should have started with Atomic filament. If I had done so, I would have immediately had success. Generally most objects print without any issue using Prusa "Generic PETG" slicer setting I don't like messing with settings to produce good prints. Atomic PETG is proof that you don't need to. BTW, Atomic filament prints pretty accurately dimensionally. I was printing object wth holes for embedded magnets. The magnets drop in where I want them, no fuss no muss. But sadly, I started out with PETG from Amazon (the usual made in China brands). You get what you pay for. In my case I've got a 5 lb (2.2 kilo) bag of bad test prints, failed prints, and **** prints with excess strings and artifacts from 2.750 KG on three spools. That is a terrible performance rate. I did find a brand that I like, but Atomic cost less for a 1KG versus their 750gr spool. SMH, I can only laugh at myself. Granted I went thru the learning curve on these brands, so maybe Atomic filament was the benificiery of some experience. But there would have been no learning with Atomic. I used generic PETG Prusa slicer settings and I was off to the races.
Excellent color uniformity. Very little stringing. Easy to print. I get better results with this PETG than with the PLA+ I use.
Thanks Gary for the kind words!
Great quality and color
Printer: Prusa MK3S First time ordering Atomic Filament and picked this up along with Marble PETG. I have so far printed, a benchy, a part for a 3' drone frame, and an 18650 battery celll holder on the stock PETG preset on PrusaSlicer. Nearly a perfect print on the benchy, however PETG as a common trait has lower bridging stability and it was evident in my prints. Virtually 0 stringing, and the ironing feature makes the surface of the filament a very shiny/reflective gunmetal gray. Would buy again once I finish this roll.
Justin, excellent feedback for our community.
More Atomic than Blondie
Been using Atomic filaments for 2 years, it is my go to filament at this point. I have never had a bad print with it, and this gunmetal grey PETG is no exception. Recently used this for a model train print and all the mechanical parts came out flawless!
Mark, love the feedback. And more so I love to hear how the 3D community uses our products. So cool. Would love to see a photo of your work.
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