Sometimes designing and developing a custom thermoformed package for a medical device can be time consuming. You may need to have input and review by a large development team and require several iterations of the design. UPPI can reduce the total development time by using 3D printing and prototyping throughout the design process.
Using a 3D printer to create a thermoform mold is a unique way to make the design become more tangible quickly and inexpensively. Your team will be able to evaluate and review key elements of the package design with near production quality samples before committing to final production tooling. This will allow you to move your whole package development process forward with more speed and confidence.
Contact UPPI if you want to learn more about how we can use 3D printing to help you develop a new medical device package.
Take a look at this case study by one of our key 3D printing partners, Fathom.