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WHAT IS PLA+?
PLA is the most popular 3D printer filament on the market. There are various reasons why this filament is used in FDM 3D printers.
PLA filaments are available in different colors. This makes them a great choice for many applications. The filament can also be blended with other materials to obtain unique blends and vibrant shades that are aesthetically pleasing.
PLA filament is a thermoplastic polymer made strictly from renewable resources. Poly Lactic Acid (PLA), is generated from biodegradable material like cornstarch, potato starch, sugarcane and tapioca roots, and has a smooth, shiny appearance. PLA filament is popular for its ease of use, natural ability to break down and superior print detail capabilities.
WHAT IS PETG?
PETG material is the particular version of this plastic used in 3D printing processes, where the G stands for “glycol-modified”. This is added during polymerisation to the composition of the material. 3D printing with PETG filament offers a result that gives the materials a clear appearance, which is less brittle and easier to use than the base form of PET. The molecular structure is also known to be irregular, while the resin is clear and amorphous with a glass transition temperature of 85 degrees Celsius.
Where does PETG come from?
Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET) is the most widely used plastic in the world.
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