FDM 3D Print PETG Sunroof Repair Part Slider Mechanism Clip

FDM 3D Print PETG Sunroof Repair Part Slider Mechanism Clip

Process 3D Print, Support Removal
Material Plastic
Quantity 1 pcs
Price Range $1-100
Lead Time 1 workdays


About Project

Have you ever had a problem with your sunroof slider mechanism? If you own a car with a sunroof, you may have experienced the frustration of a broken or jammed slider rail, clip, or handle. These parts are often made of plastic and can wear out over time, causing the sunroof to malfunction or leak. Replacing them can be costly and time-consuming, especially if you have to order the parts from the manufacturer or find a compatible aftermarket solution.

But what if you could 3D print your own sunroof repair parts? With FDM 3D printing, you can create custom parts that fit your specific model and needs. One of the best materials for FDM 3D printing sunroof repair parts is PETG, which stands for polyethylene terephthalate glycol. PETG is a type of polyester that has excellent mechanical properties, such as high-impact strength, flexibility, and dimensional stability. PETG is also easy to print with, as it has good adhesion and low shrinkage. PETG can withstand temperatures up to 80°C, which makes it suitable for outdoor applications.

If you don’t have access to a 3D printer or don’t want to deal with the hassle of printing yourself, you can also order your custom sunroof repair part from FacFox. FacFox is an online platform that offers professional 3D printing services for any project. You can upload your 3D model on their website, choose from a variety of materials and colors, and get an instant quote for your order. FacFox will print your part using high-quality FDM 3D printers and ship it to you in no time. FacFox also offers other services such as CNC machining, injection molding, laser cutting, vacuum casting, etc.

Whether you choose to DIY or outsource your sunroof repair part, FDM 3D printing with PETG is a great way to save money and time while fixing your sunroof problem. With FDM 3D printing, you can create custom parts that are tailored to your specific needs and preferences. FDM 3D printing is also eco-friendly, as it reduces waste and emissions compared to traditional manufacturing methods.

So what are you waiting for? Try FDM 3D printing with PETG today and see the difference for yourself!


  • Step 1: Load the PETG filament into your 3D printer and preheat the nozzle and the bed to the recommended temperatures. For PETG, the nozzle temperature should be around 230-250°C, and the bed temperature should be around 70-80°C.
  • Step 2: Import the 3D model of the sunroof repair part into your slicing software and adjust the settings according to your preferences. For PETG printing, you may want to use a layer height of 0.2 mm, an infill density of 20%, and a print speed of 50 mm/s. You may also want to enable supports and brims to improve the adhesion and stability of the part.
  • Step 3: Save the G-code file and transfer it to your 3D printer via SD card or USB cable.
  • Step 4: Start the print and wait for it to finish. Depending on the size and complexity of the part, it may take from a few minutes to several hours to complete.
  • Step 5: Remove the part from the build platform and remove any supports and brims. You may also want to sand or trim any rough edges or excess material.
  • Step 6: Install the part on your sunroof slider mechanism and enjoy your repaired sunroof!