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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of petg

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of petg:
/pɛtɡ/

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  1. is a teflon-lined one, which works for your normal materials like PLA and PETG, the Teflon
  2. There are numerous 3D printing materials on the market but PLA, PETG and ABS or its very
  3. thermoplastic as a 3D printing filament PLA, PETG and ABS are still the most common ones
  4. PETG has been on the uprise since a couple of years and is praised for having the ease
  5. differently because even though it says PLA, PETG or ASA on the box, there isnt just
  6. one PLA, one PETG or one ASA. Depending on manufacturer, the raw material, compositions
  7. A kilo of Prusament PLA sells for 25, PETG and ASA sell for 30 though the ASA spool
  8. amount. In the end that makes a kilo price of 25 for PLA, 30 for PETG and 35
  9. for ASA. Taking the density into consideration, PETG and ASA both end up at 9 cents a meter,
  10. warmer than 30C. PLA was printed at 215C on the nozzle, PETG at 250C and ASA at 260C.
  11. 100%, for PETG it was set to 30-50% and even ASA was printed with 20% part cooling fan.
  12. small details was also very similar with only the PETG getting a little worse right at the
  13. tips. PLA performed best at the bridging test, PETG a little worse and this was the only
  14. Black PETG had a shiny finish, the Orange ASA, which color I actually adore, was matte.
  15. The only thing I was able to see, was that the PETG was a little stringy which is common
  16. to start with and tune it properly PLA, PETG and ASA can all produce gorgeous prints.
  17. with also a bit of yielding but then cracked instantaneously. The PETG part was the weakest
  18. of PETG, it never snapped through and just stretched and stretched which make parts out
  19. Quite a knock down but totally in the expected range. Next came the PETG hooks that failed
  20. force. PLA seems to be the stiffest, ASA is in the middle and PETG is the least stiff.