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why choose Reflow?

At Reflow, we believe that sustainability should be the go-to option for all creators using 3D printing. That choice should be simple for you to make, involving no compromise on cost or on the quality of your creations. We source the highest quality streams of discarded plastic from leading recyclers and work closely with scientific institutions to optimise the results. After years of perfecting our process, we’re excited for you to create with our flagship materials.

Let’s roll

1. Recycled with care

We tackle plastic pollution while you create beautiful work with no compromise on quality

2. Tested by the best

Our recycled materials have been put to the strictest of performance tests and pass with flying colours

3. Optimised for performance

We go the extra mile to make our materials universally compatible and offer you the tech support you need

What our users say

Why petg?

Although PLA & ABS are widely known in the 3D printing community, PETG has been rapidly gaining popularity since it was launched. It has the best of both worlds, combining the functionality of ABS and the easy printing of PLA in one material.

EXCELLENT LAYER & BED ADHESION

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.

LOW WARPING & SHRINKAGE


While PETG warps more than PLA, it is better than ABS. Dimensions will remain the same, making it ideal for large or very precise prints.


ODOURLESS PRINTING

Good for the planet, and for your own health. It has minimal odor and particle emission, making it an ideal material for FDM printing.

VERY STRONG MATERIAL

rPETG is one of the strongest filaments on the market – which makes it an ideal material for a wide range of uses. If you’re looking for a material that performs well when subjected to mechanical stress, rPETG is an excellent go-to.

DURABLE

The ‘G’ in rPETG stands for glycol. This additive makes the material less brittle, which adds to its high durability and impact resistance.

TEMPERATURE RESISTANT

rPETG can withstand higher temperatures than PLA, and can be used in applications with temperatures nearly 80ºC. PLA should only be used with temperatures less than 45ºC

QUICK START rPETG GUIDE

230ºC

nozzle temperature

70ºC

printer bed temperature

50-100%

fan speed