Reflow of the Netherlands has pioneered an approach to recycle discarded plastic into a range of exceptional sustainable materials for 3D printing. We source the highest quality streams from leading recyclers and work closely with scientific institutions to optimise our range. When you print with Reflow you’re supporting an established network of recyclers, makers and designers in tackling plastic pollution while co-creating meaningful work. Below we are offering you the opportunity to purchase their amazing rPETG filament manufactured from 100% recycled water bottles.
Reflow rPETG Recycled filament
Chemical name: Polyethylene Terephthalate - Glycol Modified
Source of plastic: The Netherlands
Description: Our flagship rPETG is sourced from leading local recyclers. It’s durable and easy to use, with exceptional visual and mechanical performance.
Seaglass available colours: Artic Breeze~ Burnt Amber ~ Dark Emerald ~ Midsummers Glow ~ Nautical Blue ~ Seafoam Green
Diameter: 1.75 mm. ±0.05mm / 2.85 mm. ±0.07mm
Net filament weight: 1 KG
Filament length: ∼357m / ∼137m
Print temperature: 230c - 245c
Platform Temperature: 60c-80c ~ rPETG requires bed temperatures of 60-80 C while printing. Bed adhesion is often good, and minor issues around adhesion can be easily remedied by coating the build surface with acrylic based glue-sticks or hairsprays.
Fan Speed: 50%-100% - This is model size and geometry dependant.
Our own 3D FilaPrint quick test on the Burnt Amber filament.
Reflow rPETG Qualities
- Its made of recycled materials!!!
- It has excellent layer and bed adhesion
- Low warping and shrinkage
- Odourless printing
- Great strength
- Beautiful rich colours
- Temperature resistant circa 80c