HDglass 1.75mm

Form FuturaSKU: FF-HDG-BL-SILV-175

Colour: Blinded Silver
Sale price$40.00

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FormFutura HDglass

HDglass™ is an amorphous and high strength modified PETG compounded 3D printer filament range. HD stands for “Heavy Duty”, as HDglass™ has excellent properties when it comes to strength, toughness and temperature resistance for same like materials.

Next to being heavy duty, the HDglass™ See Through and Clear-range has a very impressive transparency as it is an amorphous filament, which lets 90% of the visible light pass through its fibre and has less than 1% haze.

Clear as Glass

With HDglass™ See Through filaments you are now able to get the closest approximate to glass-like results for 3D printed objects. Please note that Blinded colours are solid vivid colours and not see through.

HDglass™ is available in a variety of vivid colours and prints best at a printing temperature range within 195°C and 225°C. Printing with HDglass™ is remarkable easy, as it is a very easy to process material and an excellent first layer adhesion can be obtained by printing at various undergrounds without needing a heated print bed.

Dependent of the size of the printed object, HDglass™ can be printed at a high printing speed.

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3D Printers

Printing with HDglass™ 3D printer filament will go very smoothly with basically all FFF/FDM technology based desktop 3D printers, such as:

  • Ultimaker
  • RepRap (Mendel, Huxley, Prusa)
  • WASP
  • Sharebot
  • Solidoodle
  • MakerBot (Replicator, Replicator 2, Replicator 2X)
  • Leapfrog
  • UP! Plus, Up! Mini


  •  Filament Net Weight: ± 0.75 Kg
  •  Spool Size (D x h): 200 mm x 55 mm
  •  Spool Hub Diameter: 52 mm
  •  Carton Box Size (L x W x H): 200 mm x 200 mm x 60 mm
  •  Packaged weight 1.25 Kg

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Stephen Surtees

Took a bit of fiddling, but once I had it dialled in on my Creality CR6SE the prints are brilliant. Well worth the money.

Form Futura are a quality European brand. HD-Glass is a a great PETG. Thanks Stephen

Briliant Filament.

Absolutely fantastic. Printed my torture test which has a huge number of retracts with no problems at all. No stringing, bridges without an issue. Print speed 45mm/sec, 235 deg with 70 deg bed. Not the cheapest PETG but certainly well worth the extra cost.



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