Sandman Tan: Recycled PET-G
Sandman Tan: Recycled PET-G
Sandman Tan: Recycled PET-G
Sandman Tan: Recycled PET-G
Sandman Tan: Recycled PET-G
Sandman Tan: Recycled PET-G
Sandman Tan: Recycled PET-G
Sandman Tan: Recycled PET-G
Sandman Tan: Recycled PET-G
Sandman Tan: Recycled PET-G
Sandman Tan: Recycled PET-G

Sandman Tan: Recycled PET-G

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$29.99
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$29.99
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If you need a 3kg spool, please send us an email to customerservice@GreenGate3D.com

100% Recycled PET-G! A nod to our outstanding military!

Made In America: Resin and Extrusion... even the spools are American-made!!!

  • 1.75 mm +/- .05 mm
  • 2.2 net pounds (a full 1 Kg net)
  • Print Temperature: 205°C - 250°C
  • Bed Temperature: 80°C
  • FULLY Recycled
  • Environmentally Conscious
  • Odorless
  • Generous Flexibility
  • Unmatched Layer Adhesion
  • 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

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David Wilson
Nice color and prints great.

I'm using this for 3D printed clocks. Looks like raw wood and is very strong - good layer lines and no warp. I print hot on my Rat Rig on a 1/4inch glass plate 85c bed and 250c hot end. The parts fill almost the entire surface and come out great. I always keep my PETG dry and print from a dry box - no problems

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Timothy Kelsch
I like it.

The spools I purchased print well around 220c. Color is pretty accurate to the pictures. Prints great, strong layers, first layers are stress free, minimal stringing compared to esun and sunlu, the only other petg I’ve printed with. I’m satisfied enough with this brand to stick with them while I dial in my print settings.

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WG
Prints beautifully

This is the first roll of petg I have ever bought / printed with, it prints as easily as any pla Iv used and doesn’t string much if at all with the settings I’m using on my enter 3. I would highly recommend this filament to anyone looking for a good petg to print with.

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Krish
Great Filament

I dried and calibrated flow rate before using this filament and I’m very happy with the results.

One important thing to note, however, is that this filament appears to be more brittle than PETG formulations I’ve used from other brands. I’m used to PETG bending and deforming when stressed past a failure point, however, this filament appears to break/shatter rather then deform when flexed beyond a certain threshold. This may be because it’s recycled PETG rather than virgin PETG. This did not impact my use case, but it is an important piece of information to be aware of depending on the intended usage.

As a random aside, this is a near perfect color match for MicroCenter’s Inland PLA+ Bone White.

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Tom Pratt
Smoooooooth!

It prints very smoothly and with minor adjustments to live Z produced amazing results.