EnvoysPrints

3D printed models and goods

Seattle, Washington

Buyers are raving!

This shop got multiple 5-star reviews in the past 7 days.

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Last updated on Sep 28, 2021

Spooky season sale on our Halloween themed listings, sale runs from 9/28/2021 - 10/28/2021

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About EnvoysPrints

Sales 8
On Etsy since 2021

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  • Christian "Envoy"

    Owner, Maker

    Hello! My name is Christian and I go by Envoy. I live in the Pacific Northwest. I got into 3D printing as a hobby back in January of 2020 and since then I have had so much fun. I'm also a father of three and my day job is in the Aerospace industry.

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Last updated on Sep 11, 2021
Frequently asked questions
Care instructions

PLA & PLA+ prints can be spot cleaned with mild soap and water. They should be kept out of high heat temperatures. Around 70c (158F) prints can start to change dimensionally if exposed for too long, around 160c (320F) prints will begin to warp and melt.

PETG (PET-G) prints can be spot cleaned with mild soap and water. PETG can become soft when exposed to temps around 85c (185F) and will begin to melt at around 230c (446F).

Unless otherwise stated in the listing, prints are to be considered porous.

What is PLA and PLA+?

PLA is short for Polylactic acid or Polyactide. It is generally made from renewable materials such as corn or sugar cane. PLA+ is the same material but it has additives in it to make the material stronger and less brittle. Typically these additives are other thermoplastics like polyurethane, polyesters, and polyamides.

Because PLA and PLA+ are made from biodegradable materials (corn & sugar cane) it is widely considered safe in printed form.

Unless otherwise stated in the listing prints made from PLA or PLA+ should not be considered "food safe".

What is PETG (PET-G)

PETG (PET-G) is better known as Polyethylene terephthalate glycol. Say that 5x fast...
PETG is similar to the type of plastic you find in water or soda bottles, glycol is added to make it easier and more manageable to print.

PETG is recyclable. It is chemically resistant and holds up to higher temperatures compared to PLA. In general PETG is considered "food safe", although unless otherwise stated in the listing prints made with PETG should not be considered "food safe".

The PETG used by EnvoysPrints is made from 100% recycled materials and is 100% made in America.