This means PCL can easily be 3D printed on most filament-based 3D printers with low hot-end temperatures.
PCL is degraded by hydrolysis of its ester linkages in physiological conditions (such as in the human body) and has therefore received a great deal of attention for use as an implantable biomaterial. In particular it is especially interesting for the preparation of long term implantable devices, owing to its degradation which is even slower than that of polylactide.
This material is very suitable for 3D printer designed for kids. 200+ melting degree for normal materials will be unsafe for kids.