Join Waitlist We will inform you when the product arrives in stock. Just leave your valid email address below.
Email We won't share your address with anybody else.

Translucent Neon Orange PETG Filament – 1.75 mm

Translucent Neon Orange PETG Filament – 1.75 mm


SKU: MSFG0013 727559107331 Categories: , Tags: ,
  • Description
  • Additional information
  • Reviews (1)


Our Orange PETG filament (Polyethylene Terephthalate Glycol modified) has the durability of ABS with the characteristics of PLA for your 3D printer allowing you to make anything! PETG advantages include:

  • Excellent layer adhesion
  • Warp resistance
  • Reduced shrinkage
  • Higher density
  • Chemical resistance to both acidic and alkali compounds
  • Flexible printing on glass, acrylic, glass, blue tape and polyimide tape
  • Odorlessness during printing

Orange PETG Settings

Optimal Print Temp: 230°-260° C
Optimal Bed Temp: 70°-100° C
Print Speed: 25-50mm/sec
Glue is NOT recommended for adhering this filament to the print bed

Spool Sizes10 Kilograms5 Kilograms2.25 Kilograms1 Kilogram
Hub Diameter (mm)-53.9853.9852.71
Spool Diameter (mm)406.4304.80298.45203.20
Spool Thickness (mm)390.53184.15117.4873.15

Important Advantages of PETG Filament in 3D Printing


Additional information

Weight 4 lbs
Dimensions 9.25 × 8.25 × 3.5 in

1 Kilogram, 2.25 Kilograms, 5 Kilograms

1 review for Translucent Neon Orange PETG Filament – 1.75 mm

  1. 5 out of 5

    Vinny P

    I needed a PETG filament for an end-user construction safety product that would stand out with vibrant color, but also have a durable professional finish. After trying over a dozen other PETG filament from various manufacturers, this orange material was perfect for my products. The color is a deep orange and does not look like some washed out toy color.
    All of my prints have had outstanding layer adhesion and near Zero warping.
    I print at 265 temp and bed temp at 90 with perfect results every time.
    I have to say, bed adhesion was way to strong on my first print straight on glass, but a thin layer of glue stick and the prints release perfectly after cooling.. For me, the glue is a must to help release…that’s just my experience with it!

Add a review