GreenGate3D: Recycling The World's Plastics, One Filament At A Time.
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Quite easy to print this stuff, didn't spend much time tuning. And its performance seemed consistent in various room temperatures - low warping too. The spool holders are filled full - the filament likes to unspool itself until you use enough of it, very annoying. I'm ordering more of this great deal right now.
I have the bubblicious clear and we made an orchid pot as well as some parts trays using a 1mm nozzle and they have printed beautifully. There is maybe a bubble or 2 per 6 inches and at this nozzle size they just don't even matter at all. <3 this company and this filament.
I'm back to order 2 more rolls. This has become my go to GreenGate PETG. I have had jams with the colored filament when printing with a .25 nozzle, but not with this. It is priced well and prints great
The best part about recycled PET-G is that getting to revive plastics and turn it into filament! AND sometimes a color gets messed up and ends up being a win. This is exactly that. I started using for various prototype designs since the price was right and now the color has grown on me! Prints very well! Re: the comment on the garbage in the filament. I've printed tons and haven't noticed that.
TL;DR: Impurities in filament, NOT recommended.
I want to start off by saying that this filament works great, right up until the nozzle plugs with garbage, again.
The nice hand written note in the box, makes this an all the more difficult review to write.
I have had 4 nozzles plugged up with the same black/gray impurities from 2 different rolls of filament. Each time the plug takes hours to remove and leaves the nozzle damaged, due to the impurities being sand-like, while very abrasive and coarse/sharp.
Unfortunately I cannot recommend this filament due to the impurities in the filament.
If the issue with the impurities can be resolved, this would easily be some of the best PETG filament I have used.
This filament was tested on: Crealty3d CR-10 with a 0.6 nozzle And Prusa i3 MK3S with a 0.4 nozzle.