Polymaker PolyLite PETG 1.75mm

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SKU: PB01011 EAN: 6938936710134
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Pickup available at Gageldijk 2, Unit B2 Usually ready in 2 hours

Polymaker PolyLite PETG 1.75mm

Transparent / 1kg

Gageldijk 2, Unit B2

Pickup available, usually ready in 2 hours

Gageldijk 2
Unit B2
3602 AL Maarssen


PolyLite™ PETG is an affordable PETG filament with balanced mechanical properties and ease of printing.


    • Nozzle temperature - 230 - 240 (°C)
    • Build Surface material Glass - BuildTak® (recommended)
    • Build surface treatment - None
    • Build plate temperature - 70-80 (°C)
    • Cooling fan Turned - on
    • Printing speed - 30-50 (mm/s)
    • Raft separation distance - 0.14 (mm)
    • Retraction distance - 1-3 (mm)
    • Retraction speed - 20 - 80 (mm/s)
    • Recommended environmental temperature - Room temperature
    • Threshold overhang angle - 60 (°)
    • Recommended support material – None


  • The above settings are based on 0.4 mm nozzle and Simplify 3D v.3.1. Printing conditions may vary with different nozzle diameters.



Jam Free technology improves the heat stability of Polymaker’s PLA filaments with softening temperatures over 140 °C. As a result, Polymaker’s PLA filaments show minimal softening in the “cold end” and can melt rapidly once entering the heating zone, leading to excellent printing quality with zero risk of nozzle jams.


Warp-Free™ technology enables the production of Nylon-based filaments that can be 3D printed with excellent dimensional stability and near-zero warpage. This is achieved by the fine control of micro-structure and crystallization behaviour of Nylon, which enables the material to fully release the internal stress before solidification.


Ash-Free™ technology allows Polymaker’s filament which has been designed for investment casting to burn off cleanly without any residue, enabling defect-free metal parts. 3D printing has been used to produce investment casting patterns as it cuts down both the cost and lead time for small-volume production runs.


Layer-Free™ technology involves exposing a 3D printed part to an aerosol of micro-sized alcohol droplets, generated by a rapidly vibrating, perforated membrane called the nebulizer. The aerosol will then be adsorbed by the surface of the 3D printed part and render it smooth and layer-free.


Nano-reinforcement technology is applied to produce filaments with excellent mechanical properties and printing quality. It dramatically improves the toughness of the material by increasing its impact resistance.


Stabilized Foaming™ technology is used to produce foamed filaments, whose foam structure can survive the printing process and be inherited by the printed parts. This enables light weight 3D printed parts with unprecedented surface finish.

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