How would same-day thermoformed parts help your business? If you could test multiple packaging ideas in a matter of hours, would that open up more creativity and potentially more sales?
Thermoforming is used in packaging for almost every industry. However, the applications extend to end-use parts for many different industries such as automotive, aerospace, construction, electronics, machinery and food, and more. Explore how 3D printed vacuum forming molds can help you achieve the same result but faster and at lower cost than traditional machined molds.
Watch the recorded webinar to see how 3D printing technology from 3D Systems gives you the broadest range of options for producing vacuum formed molds for short-run productions, custom one-offs or prototypes.
- Why traditional methods of producing molds and patterns are time and cost-prohibitive
- Which 3D printing processes are best suited for thermoforming and vacuum forming molds
- How to compare and select the appropriate 3D printing technology for your needs
- Design considerations when designing a 3D printable molding tool
Learn how you can take advantage of the efficiency, simplicity and cost-effectiveness of 3D printing by applying it to vacuum forming techniques. Stay tuned for more upcoming how-to application webinars like this.