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Testing PETG Filament on my Creality Ender 3 and Anycubic Chiron 3D Printer ! Settings and 3D Prints



Hello everybody

Today it’s all about the relatively new and unfamiliar PETG Filament.
This Filament combines the advantages of the PLA Filament and the ABS Filament. But it is almost as easy to print as the PLA Filament. And there are no toxic fumes when printing.

I test this filament on my Creality Ender 3 and my Anycubic Chiron and show you what you can print with it all beautiful.

Below I share my printing settings with which I could achieve good printing results on both printers.

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PETG Settings

Creality Ender 3 :

Layer Height : 0.2
Line Width : 0.4
Wall Thickness : 0.8 mm
Wall Line Count : 2
Infill : 25 % or Vase Mode
Printing Temperature : 240 C
Build Plate Temperature : 80 C
Retraction Distance : 11 mm
Retraction Speed : 55 mm/s
Print Speed : 45 mm/s
Travel Speed : 150 mm/s
Fan Speed : 100%
Flow Rate : 97%
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Ancubic Chiron :

Layer Height : 0.2
Line Width : 0.4
Wall Thickness : 1 mm
Wall Line Count : 2
Infill : 25 % or Vase Mode
Printing Temperature : 235 C
Build Plate Temperature : 75 C
Retraction Distance : 11 mm
Retraction Speed : 55 mm/s
Print Speed : 40 mm/s
Travel Speed : 150 mm/s
Fan Speed : 100%
Flow Rate : 97%
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Comments

  • You don't need a heated bed.

    Spencer Smith July 23, 2020 3:46 am Reply
  • Is the print settings for chiron on 0.4mm nozzle?

    Kevin Vo July 23, 2020 3:46 am Reply
  • Roundabout lol 2:42

    It’s corona time July 23, 2020 3:46 am Reply
  • Can you share the print file to print these boxes, please? They look amazing 😉

    Fabrice Ayer July 23, 2020 3:46 am Reply
  • Mmm ya….mmm yaa,…and so

    Patrick PK July 23, 2020 3:46 am Reply
  • You should drop all the "Yeah"'s as it gets annoying real fast. Don't feel bad as a lot of people have these quirks in using words or phases excessively and I guess they don't realize they are doing it. It's just that anything can be overdone. Some use "You know" or "for sure" or "right?" just too much. It's just a habit for them and since no one says anything they keep doing it and don't realize it is annoying.

    Steven Watson July 23, 2020 3:46 am Reply
  • Yeah

    AirsickCashew July 23, 2020 3:46 am Reply
  • Thanks for the info, you have earned a sub.

    andrew gardner July 23, 2020 3:46 am Reply
  • is it toxic like ABS ? how about the temp ? is it a an issue in the ender 3 ?

    amir ibrahim July 23, 2020 3:46 am Reply
  • umm yeah lol instead of explaining its umm yeah.

    xDevMaNx July 23, 2020 3:46 am Reply
  • Great video

    Washington State Picker July 23, 2020 3:46 am Reply
  • Beating around the bush (um den heißen Brei herum reden) is a hallmark of the german presentation style 😉

    Fanzindel July 23, 2020 3:46 am Reply
  • Sorry man… after 6 minutes of chatter and babble with waaaaaay too much pausing and hesitation in your speech, you still hadn't shown or said anything relevant to your title of "TESTING…"! I finally gave up watching. Your video and sound quality are quite good. I respectfully suggest that you prepare a script of the narrative that you wish to present and either memorize it, read from flash card notes or read from a prompter. Your production quality is great… the narrative – not so much. (I'll check back to your channel again in a few weeks) Best of luck!

    taurus dragon July 23, 2020 3:46 am Reply
  • Where did you get the 3d file for the SD card box?

    konartist66 July 23, 2020 3:46 am Reply
  • What PETG brand are you using ? I want to try it in my ender 3 pro !

    Mario Maldonado July 23, 2020 3:46 am Reply
  • Guys, will save you some time: set 1.5 speed setting in YouTube 😉
    Too much "water", man.

    KiR-3d July 23, 2020 3:46 am Reply
  • And ah yeah

    Dooley Curl July 23, 2020 3:46 am Reply
  • I lower the part cooling fan to 30% when I print PETG on my Ender 3 when printing parts with infill. I almost never use vase mode for anything except decorative pieces, so seeing vase mode prints doesn't help me much.

    TangoDeltaDelta July 23, 2020 3:46 am Reply
  • I don't think there's any way to completely eliminate stringing with petg. At least I haven't found any way with my ender 3. I will suggest getting good quality filament. It's amazing how much frustration cheap filament can add to printing (I use matterhackers for my pla and petg and love it).
    The most important thing I've found with petg is getting the filament flow just right. If you havent calibrated your extruder do so first. Then keep tweaking the flow until it's not bobbing and leaving goobers all over the place. Unlike a lot of other filaments which will just push a little extra filament out of the way petg will pick it up on the print head, then drop it back off, then pick it back up again etcetc until you have a stringy blobby mess.
    Also lower part fan speeds can help as full tilt can encourage wispy strings. Fast travel when not extruding also helps.
    Also disabling combing is a big help as it stops the nozzle from going back over already printed parts.

    Do RC July 23, 2020 3:46 am Reply
  • Can you provide .stl links to the little cases you made?

    Ben G July 23, 2020 3:46 am Reply
  • Hey, have you done any more tests with PetG? I have been playing with it the last few days and the one big headache I have come across is… infill.. yup, didn’t expect that. The PetG refuses to stick and gobs up around the nozzle causing a real mess later on. How to solve… slow right down. First layer at 10-20 mm/s then 40mm/s but.. infill speed is calculated off the main speed in cura so make sure you set it down to 40 as well.. mine was still at 55mm/s, solved my problems at first. I then had small sections of infill and it went back to blobbing and gumming up.. I think it’s down to the acceleration over the short distance.. will be looking at this today. If cura had an extrusion multiplier for infill I would ramp this up and think it would solve the issue (I believe some of the other slicers have this setting)

    Neil Cherry July 23, 2020 3:46 am Reply
  • On the Ender3, run your fan at 50% with PETG. You will get better adhesion between layers. Drop your retraction settings to 6mm and 25mm/s. Give that a try.

    MrBudge72 July 23, 2020 3:46 am Reply
  • good video , but STOP saying JEAR every second word

    Kim Boisen July 23, 2020 3:46 am Reply
  • Hey, great to know as I am about to give PetG a go. What bed are you using on the Ender 3? I have the glass bed with a layer of glue..worried the PetG will rip chunks out of it as I have seen in other vids where it just sticks way to much.. thinking of adding some tape just to make sure it doesn’t.

    Neil Cherry July 23, 2020 3:46 am Reply
  • vase mode shouldnt every have stringing problems… it doesnt retract

    mav68nrs July 23, 2020 3:46 am Reply
  • Great video. PETG is my go to if PLA won't cut it for temp and it flexes a little so it does not fracture as easily as PLA. The filament manufacturers have really tamed PETG making it much more easier to print with. I can't stress enough that you should switch to a high temp PTFE like Capricorn for PTFE lined hot ends if you are going to print with PETG at higher temps. Also if you are going to be printing PETG or PLA with a very long print time. The end of the PTFE tube closest to the nozzle inlet will degrade over time and melt into the nozzle and clog it. That happened to me on my CR-10 over a year ago after several long prints in a row. I switched to Capricorn XS and have never had any issues since. Any new printers that I buy get Capricorn immediately.

    reasonablebeing July 23, 2020 3:46 am Reply
  • You won't get stringing with a Vase as the print head does not need to "travel" Try printing something else where the print head has to travel.

    Arlin Sansome July 23, 2020 3:46 am Reply
  • PETG seems to be the way to go. Its stronger, more UV and environment resistant, takes loads better, can be worked with tools after printing, etc, and seems to be pretty much as easy to print with as PLA.

    Michael Bishop July 23, 2020 3:46 am Reply
  • Thanks

    Ben Tebrunsvelt July 23, 2020 3:46 am Reply
  • No love for your i3 Mega?

    enderst July 23, 2020 3:46 am Reply
  • 11mm retraction? Wow. I always thought that would introduce molten plastic to the bowden tube. Isn't that a recipie for jams?

    Christopher July 23, 2020 3:46 am Reply
  • Thanks for the settings. I will give them a try when I've finished printing the 500 or so projects that I have lined up.

    Paul Saunders July 23, 2020 3:46 am Reply

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