Understanding the Properties of XO Armor Cast Material

PLA, which stands for Polylactic Acid, is a type of filament used in 3D printing. What makes PLA unique is its composition. It is a recyclable, natural thermoplastic polyester that comes from renewable sources like corn starch or sugar cane. This filament is environmentally friendly because it's biodegradable, especially under specific conditions that involve high heat. Additionally, PLA boasts high tensile strength, meaning it's quite sturdy for various applications.

One of the notable advantages of traditional PLA is that it can be melted without degradation. When you melt PLA, it doesn't release any harmful toxins or fumes, making it a safe choice for 3D printing projects worldwide. 

XO Armor Cast Material: 

Easy-to-Print PLA+ is an upgraded version of traditional PLA, boasting enhanced properties that make it an ideal choice for 3D printing enthusiasts. It offers increased strength and improved toughness, making casts and splints printed with XO Armor technology to be highly durable. Additionally, PLA+ exhibits low shrinkage and maintains its shape without deformation during the printing process. 


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The combination of accurate scanning, the use of high quality PLA+ source material, and high precision printing provide the perfect solution for in house device manufacturing. Healthcare facilities incorporating XO Armor technology can achieve excellent results through the use of this material to print environmentally friendly, highly durable, and reliably accurate protective braces, splints, and casts.