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Industrial ESD safe PETg filament with chemical and heat resistance.

Raise 3D, known mostly for high quality innovative dual extrusion 3D printers and accessories, also has a wide range of both standard and engineering filaments to offer. One of the materials in the Raise 3D portfolio is the PETG ESD filament. Apart from its electrically dissipative properties, its most outstanding characteristics are its excellent chemical resistance, good high and low temperature resistance, great printability and good impact resistance.

Video 1. The Raise 3D PETG ESD filament. Source: Raise 3D.

The Raise 3D PETG ESD filament is an ESD safe filament, which means that parts 3D printed with it safely evacuate any electrostatic discharge along its surface. This feature is crucial in industrial environments where electronics are handled or potentially explosive gases and powders are present in the air. Electrostatic discharge is relatively harmless for humans but it can permanently damage sensitive electronics or pose a safety risk.

The Raise 3D PETG ESD is made of PETG (> 90 %) filled with multi-walled carbon-nanotubes (5-9 %). The addition of carbon particles to a polymer is the typical method of achieving an ESD safe filament since carbon provides electrical surface resistivity, thus helping to safely dissipate any discharge. The Raise 3D PETG ESD filament has a consistent and reliable surface resistance of 104 - 107 Ohm/m2.

The surface resistivity of a non ESD safe material versus the Raise 3D PETG ESD

Image 1.The surface resistivity of a non ESD safe material (left) versus the Raise 3D PETG ESD (right). Source: Raise 3D.

The carbon fibers in combination with PETG contribute to the Raise 3D PETG ESD filament being easily printable with good adhesion between layers and to the printing bed, as well as low deformation and warping. The carbon fibers also make the parts 3D printed with the PETG ESD resistant to heat and chemicals, as well as light. Thanks to the PETG base, parts 3D printed with this filament will also be resistant to low temperatures.

All these properties make the Raise PETG ESD filament ideal for the manufacturing of jigs and fixtures, casings and housings with electrically dissipative properties for the automotive industry, semi-conductor industry, consumer electronics as well as the aerospace industry.

Elongation at break (%) 7
Tensile strength (MPa) 36
Tensile modulus (MPa) 1983
Flexural strength (MPa) 54
Flexural modulus (MPa) 1658
Softening temperature (ºC) 86
UV resistance UV resistance
Fiber reinforced Fiber reinforced
Chemical resistance Chemical resistance

The Raise 3D PETG ESD filament is characterized by great adhesion and low warping. Should, however, any adhesion problems occur when 3D printing with this filament, it is recommended to use adhesives such as Magigoo, setting the bed temperature to 80 °C and choosing the brim or raft setting in the slicing software.

Humidity is one of the biggest enemies of filaments. This is why it is crucial to properly store filaments, for example in a vacuum sealed bag with a desiccant, in an intelligent filament container, or in a filament drying case by Fiber Three. If the filament has absorbed too much humidity, it should be dried at 60 ºC for 6-12 hours.

Complex structure can be created with the help of a support material. The recommended support material for the Raise 3D PETG ESD filament is the Raise 3D PVA+ Premium filament soluble in water.

The printing profiles for the PETG ESD filament are available on ideaMaker IO and on the Raise 3D Academy page a tutorial on how to import slicing profiles to ideaMaker can be found.

General information
Manufacturer Raise 3D
Material PETG ESD
Format Spool of 1 kg
Density (ASTM D792) 1.24 g/cm3
Diameter of filament 1.75
Diameter tolerance -
Filament length ±335 m
Color Black
RAL/Pantone -
Print settings
Printing temperature 260-280 ºC
Print bed temperature 70-80 ºC
Chamber temperature
Cooling fan
Recommended printing speed 20-80 mm/s
Mechanical properties
Izod impact strength -
Charpy impact strength (ISO 179)** 5.7 kJ/m2 (X-Y)
Elongation at break (ISO 527)** 7.3 % (X-Y)
Tensile strength (ISO 527)** 36 MPa (X-Y)
Tensile Modulus (ISO 178)** 1658 MPa (X-Y)
Flexural strength (ISO 178)** 54 MPa (X-Y)
Flexural modulus (ISO 527)** 1983 MPa (X-Y)
Surface hardness  -
Thermal properties
Softening temperature (ISO 306 GB) 86 ºC
Melting temperature -
Electrical properties
Surface resistivity (ANSI ESD S11.11) 104-107 Ohm/m2
Additional Information
HS Code 3916.9
Diameter coil (outer) -
Diameter coil (inner hole) -
Coil Width

* The typical values detailed in this table should be considered as a reference. Actual values may vary depending on the 3D printer model used, part design and printing conditions. We recommend confirming the results and final properties with own tests. For more information you should consult the technical data sheet of the product.

** Measurements taken from a printed sample part. All test samples were printed under the following conditions: nozzle temperature = 245°C, printing speed = 45 mm/s, build plate temperature = 80°C, filling = 100%.


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