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If you want to print with PETG on your beloved Ender 3, Pro, or V2, read on to discover the perfect Ender 3 PETG settings.
Does your next project call for durable PETG filament? Or do you want to go for environmentally-friendly PLA? Learn the differences between PETG and PLA.
PETG combines ABS's strength with PLA's ease of printing. Learn the best PETG print settings (including PETG print speed) for perfect results!
3D printer temperature is an essential setting for success. Follow along for the best 3D printer temperatures for PLA, PETG, Nylon, and TPU.
What's the best PETG print temperature? Check out this quick guide to learn all you need to know about PETG print & bed temperature.
PETG is a great material to 3D print with, even if it is a little stringy... Here are three easy ways to fix PETG stringing!
When it comes to finishing 3D prints, elementary school arts and crafts ain't gonna cut it. Step up your game with this guide on the best paint for plastic.
From the different blends and brands to printing tips and tricks, here's what you need to know. Read on for our PETG filament buyer's guide.
Learn how to succeed in 3D printing with PETG! Check out five simple tips, and perfect your PETG print settings.
PETG smoothing is a great way to reduce layer lines and deformities in a print. Read on to learn about some of the best techniques!
Sometimes, there's no way around bonding 3D printed parts. Use this simple guide to find the best glue for ABS, PLA, PETG and nylon plastics.
So you're thinking about trying out some AmazonBasics PETG filament? We don't blame you, the prices are close to unbeatable, but does this material really stand up to Amazon's claims? Find out!
We love key organizers. They not only look so much better than your average keyring, they are also very practical. Until now, you could find these tools only on Kickstarter or in specialized shops. Now you can 3D print and assemble your own. The project a great start for 3D printing beginners.
Aleph Objects, the manufacturer of the popular LulzBot 3D printers, added a second certified open source filament to its range. Their PETg filament by IC3D is now available on the Aleph Objects website.