We all know Daniel Norée as the designer and maker behind the Open R/C project (remember the big F1 car we printed last year? It was his design!). But of course, Daniel is also known for his very active YouTube channel and his great work in 3D printing in general.
Last year he used our colorFabb_XT to print a self-designed garden sprinkler:
We found this design to be an excellent example for our brand new PETG Economy filament!
Design by Daniel Norée: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2077154
You can follow Daniel and the projects he is working on via YouTube and Twitter
The parts were printed with PETG Economy on the Lulzbot Mini. We used 0.25mm layerheight at 235C printing temperature and manually slowed down printing to optimize the overhang quality.
We have received a lot of requests for PETG in our portfolio and have recently added PETG Economy to our portfolio. We initially started with 3 colors: Black, White and Red.
All of these are available exclusively on 2.2kg spools. You can buy PETG Economy here.
Material: colorFabb PETG Economy
Diameter Tolerance: ± 0.1 mm
Density: 1.28 g/cm3
Glass Transition Temperature: 70C
Full data sheets are available now: http://colorfabb.com/Materials/
colorFabb Economy: Large volume, High quality, Low price
colorFabb’s Economy line is developed for users who need a lot of filament. By adding a specifically sourced PETG to our portfolio we are adding more functionality and diversity to our range of filaments.
As with PLA Economy we have extensively tested this filament in our print lab. Both in production and print lab we have adhered to the highest colorFabb quality – this is something we simply do not compromise on.
The idea behind these filaments is to keep it at a very competitive price. Retail price of PETG Economy is € 40 excluding VAT and shipping. This works out to be a little over € 18 per kg for high quality filament.
The Lulzbot Mini is available at colorFabb. As Lulzbot’s official reseller we ship from stock. We offer free shipping in Europe and two free spools of filament!
The LulzBot Mini was built to work out of the box, with no complicated assembly process getting in the way of you creating. Operating the Mini is the same- straightforward software, easy to read documentation and an army of LulzBot enthusiasts eager to help out people getting started. This printer is not only easy. you will still find flexible, industrial strength capacity from this machine.
Read Make Magazine’s review of the Lulzbot Mini here.
The Lulzbot Mini is now available in our webshop at € 1.573 including VAT / € 1.300 excluding VAT.