Clear: High Temperature, Virgin PET-G (*NEW: Virgin Resin in both 1.75mm & 2.85mm*)
Clear: High Temperature, Virgin PET-G (*NEW: Virgin Resin in both 1.75mm & 2.85mm*)

Clear: High Temperature, Virgin PET-G (*NEW: Virgin Resin in both 1.75mm & 2.85mm*)

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100% Recycled PET-G Filament!

Extruded In America.

We ran these spools to 290°C... didn't want to go higher and risk damaging our stock Prusa's... but we'd love to hear what you think!  There was NO degrading of print quality... 250 looked just like 290!
  • 1.75 mm +/- .05 mm
  • 2.85 mm +/- .05 mm
  • 2.2 net pounds (a full 1 Kg net)
  • Print Temperature: 235°C - 290°C  WOW!!!
  • Bed Temperature: 85°C
  • Odorless
  • Generous Flexibility
  • Unmatched Layer Adhesion
  • Sensational Clarity
  • NEVER Subject to Tariffs, because it's made HERE in America!

GreenGate3D: Recycling The World's Plastics, One Filament At A Time.

View MSDS here

Customer Reviews

Based on 12 reviews
David Wilson
Great for strong parts

I use this for structural parts that I would like to see inside. Easy to print and very strong and heat resistant. This works great for cookie cutters.

Rob Brown
I'm a believer!

I have used many kilograms of recycled PETG from GreenGate. I make a product for sale and I know I can trust this material in my product, as well as in my printing and build process.

Sure wish GreenGate would provide it for master spools!

Clear PETG

I love this PETG filament. It always prints nice and I feel good knowing I'm using a recycled product.

Bryan Beaulieu

Prints better than any other PETG I have tried

when it sits for 9 months...

So After viewing the 3D Printing Nerds you tube channel where he first talks to Green Gate 3D about their new business venture of recycling 3D filament, and recently, at that time, buying my first Ender 3 pro, I bought a roll of the clear recycled PETG filament and set it on my shelf until I could dial in my printer and then try my luck with PETG.... well fast fwd to about 9 months later and the PETG is still sitting on my shelf, still in the bag but has lost most of its air tight seal, Anyways....... I finally got my printer, a CR10S, because my ender had a massive brain fart and went into a coma, has been printing PETG via Capricorn tube upgrade when I remembered my roll of Green Gate that I had gotten wayyyyy back when and "hey, I should try it to see if my setting are good!!" which was followed by "Oh crap, the bag is opened!!" which, of course, led to "bag it!! let's print!!" And I've got to say I am sooo glad I did... This stuff has printed fantastically from the nozzle purge to the end of the roll (only took 1 - 3 day print to use 90% of it) and now I am saddened by the fact that I have no more of this wonderful filament to use!! :('''' But I'm back to get more!!!!! and can't wait to print more items with this fantastic filament!! Thank You Green Gate for making such a strong product that it can withstand a little air leakage and not affect the quality of the product!!!