Cloudy PETG 3D Printer Filament 1.75mm 1 kg 2.2 lbs

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Cloudy PETG filament

See through or Semi-Transparent


Zyltech's Cloudy PETG Tips & Facts

  • Prints at 240°C with a 60°C - 80°C bed 
  • Prints like PLA, but as strong as ABS
  • Durable, yet more flexible than PLA or ABS (impact resistant)
  • Strong with very low shrinkage 
  • No special equipment needed 
  • Can withstand direct sunlight for longer periods (of time)
  • Tolerance:  ±.05mm


​All colors for illustrative purposes only. Remember, we offer a 30 day money back guarantee for unopened filament - if you are unhappy with the shade of your filament, please contact us immediately to request a refund or replacement.


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  • 5
    Used for Christmas Light covers

    Posted by Clyde Lindsey on Mar 10th 2021

    I needed some "clear" PETG to use for my LED Christmas lights, that would mimic a C9 light cover. While the "clear" was not available, I decided to try this out. I was not disappointed at all. Prints brilliantly at 235 (80 bed). No issues with layer adhesion. I purchased 2 spools because it was a big job. Glad I did too because I found another use for it making LED clips for a white wire frame display piece. Having 2 spools allowed me to print 400 clips in a very shot period of time. These are being used outside and the material seems to be holding up well enough. Great product.

  • 5
    First time printing with PETG

    Posted by Bojana on Feb 22nd 2021

    This filament turned out some great prints. I had to read up on PETG printing first, but after I figured that best way to print is with painters tape stuck on the bed, it was pretty straight forward. I did not try printing anything with supports yet, as it seems PETG is very sticky and hard to remove from the bed, hence use the tape.

  • 4

    Posted by NUTZ'N'BOLTZ - BURNYN RODZ on Jun 23rd 2020

    I am new to 3d Printing, a 4 month "NEWBIE" as I've Heard mention...
    This is my 1st Attempt at printing with PET-G, Most people start off with a Test print of something Small, or run a Stringing test etc etc...
    I am a bit outside the BOX, always have been... I went for it and Printed an Alien Crystal Skull

  • 5
    Not super smokey but prints easy

    Posted by Widget on Jun 13th 2020

    This is actually probably the most transparent PETG I've tried out of 5 or so brands. I haven't tried the Zyltech transparent yet since they're out of stock though.

    Still, it prints really well at 225C with a copper E3D nozzle in a V6 and BMG direct-drive setup. 2mm retraction and not a single string to be found for up to 80mm travels so far. I've been using 70mm/s to be safe but it seems fine at or maybe even past 80mm/s with this setup.

    Maybe I'm supposed to use higher temperatures for the smoke effect but I like to keep them low to reduce stringing.

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