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1kg GEEETECH 1.75mm 3D Printer PETG Filament (Various Colors) EXPIRED

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GIANTARM-OFFICIAL via Amazon has select 1kg GEEETECH 1.75mm 3D Printer PETG Filament (Various Colors) on sale for the prices listed when you follow the instructions below and checkout with Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders of $25+.

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  1. Choose your color from the list below and select the "Subscribe & Save" option, if it isn't already selected
  2. Select any frequency, then click 'Set Up Now'
  3. Proceed to checkout
  4. Apply promo code 20GTPETG
  5. Final price will reflect prices listed above.
  6. Complete your order.
    • Note: You may cancel Subscribe & Save any time after your order ships.
Features:
  • Compatible with MOST FDM 3D printers
  • Vacuum sealed with desiccant
  • Recommended extrusion/nozzle temperature 220-240°C (428°F -464°F),base plate temperature 80-90°C (176-194℉)
  • Extended Length: 330.00 meters
  • Works with all common 1.75mm FDM 3D printers


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GIANTARM-OFFICIAL via Amazon [amazon.com] has 2.2lbs 1.75mm 3D printer filament on sale from $15.99 with promotion code 20GTPETG.
Shipping is free with Prime or on $25+ orders.

Black PETG: [amazon.com] $15.99 Expired
White PETG: [amazon.com] $17.58
Blue PETG: [amazon.com] $17.58 In stock May 19
Green PETG: [amazon.com] $17.58
Transparent PETG: [amazon.com] $17.58 Expired
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Bought some of this on the last sale, it was garbage and clogged up my extruder. I have been 3D printing for over 5 years with thousands of hours print time. this has been one of the worst filaments I've tried. Some may say it's fine but the stuff I received was junk and will never use it again even if it was free.
I have used both of these "brands" in the past they have worked just fine. 12.00 -16 is there usual sale price if anyone wanted to know

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Extra 5% off for some other filaments in special offers for this item. I assume theyll stack but im unsure. Havnt used petg yet but nice price
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Not seeing it, is it business pricing only?
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Coupon stacks with S&S, got it for 14 bucks plus tax. Thanks!
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It looks like the code can only be used for one purchase, I cancelled my first for white + transparent thinking I could S&S but it wouldn't let me do the second one, instead I just purchased both and got the $1 digital credit for delivery, seems pretty good! Looking forward to trying PETG.
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I have used both of these "brands" in the past they have worked just fine. 12.00 -16 is there usual sale price if anyone wanted to know
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Bought some of this on the last sale, it was garbage and clogged up my extruder. I have been 3D printing for over 5 years with thousands of hours print time. this has been one of the worst filaments I've tried. Some may say it's fine but the stuff I received was junk and will never use it again even if it was free.
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Quote from smoke_dawg87 :
Bought some of this on the last sale, it was garbage and clogged up my extruder. I have been 3D printing for over 5 years with thousands of hours print time. this has been one of the worst filaments I've tried. Some may say it's fine but the stuff I received was junk and will never use it again even if it was free.
You try drying it out? Petg sucks up moisture like crazy, a dry box or baking it could make it usable.
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If your looking for pla instead of petg, look at gst3d
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You try drying it out? Petg sucks up moisture like crazy, a dry box or baking it could make it usable.
No I didn't want to waste my time with it. It honestly clogged up my extruder starting Fromm the first print. Tried printing again thinking it was an issue with my settings but it wasn't. My brother in law also bought some a couple weeks later and had the same issue. Maybe it was a bad batch but I won't buy this brand again
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Quote from smoke_dawg87 :
No I didn't want to waste my time with it. It honestly clogged up my extruder starting Fromm the first print. Tried printing again thinking it was an issue with my settings but it wasn't. My brother in law also bought some a couple weeks later and had the same issue. Maybe it was a bad batch but I won't buy this brand again
What brand do you use now?
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What brand do you use now?
My go to brands are hatchbox, overture/Amazon basic, and Ttyt3d for silk filaments. I use a ton of 3dsolutech, it's not as good as the ones I listed but it's cheaper and they have a great selection of colors.
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Quote from smoke_dawg87 :
My go to brands are hatchbox, overture/Amazon basic, and Ttyt3d for silk filaments. I use a ton of 3dsolutech, it's not as good as the ones I listed but it's cheaper and they have a great selection of colors.
Duramic has good PETG (10+spools no issues). It's also less brittle than these.
+1 on the TTY3D silk.
hatchbox has gotten way to pricey for their quality.
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I'm new to this, would this work on the ender 3 v2? I'm currently using PLA+ from monoprice, not sure if this stuff is better. Thanks
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