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Reduce Cost and Time for Pilot Testing Packaging With Rapid Blow Molding

Accelerate pilot test: 3D print blow molding tools rapidly and at low cost to fabricate packaging for consumer tests and manufacturing validation.
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With in-house 3D printing, manufacturers and product designers can introduce rapid tooling into the product development process to validate design and manufacturing steps before transitioning to mass production.

For stretch blow molding (SBM), molds can be 3D printed for low- to mid-volume production, to prototype in the final material, or to enable multiple model testing and quick design modifications in pre-production.

In this webinar, Formlabs’ team gives the floor to the blow molding expert Flavio Migliarelli, R&D Design Manager at Serioplast Global Services. They will walk you through the workflow and step-by-step method, and discuss the key benefits and applications of using 3D printed molds for rapid stretch blow molding.

You’ll learn:
  • Key benefits of using 3D printed molds for stretch blow molding
  • Method
    • Design guidelines
    • 3D printing guidelines with technology and material recommendations
    • Process conditions
    • Dimensional accuracy study
  • Cost and time analysis
  • Case study from Serioplast customer


Juliette Combe

Product Applications Engineer at Formlabs

Flavio Migliarelli

R&D Design Manager at Serioplast Global Services

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