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Drug Delivery Device Prototyping Solutions

Source: Phillips-Medisize

Drug Delivery Device Prototyping

Being able to create prototype injection molded components and assemblies quickly gives product developers a critical competitive edge. 

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Successful prototyping begins with mechanical design that will operate properly when assembled and will be scalable for volume manufacturing. Being able to create prototype injection molded components and assemblies quickly gives product developers a critical competitive edge. Having a clear vision of how you want to produce the product in final form can help you bring new products to market with optimal timing and cost efficiencies.

Phillips-Medisize has in-house design development experts that take the time to verify your concepts for manufacturability, which can reduce your overall program investments by helping you achieve: 

  • High-quality solutions
  • Reduced program costs
  • Shorter time-to-market
  • Greater program value

Class 7 Prototype – RPTech™ (Rapid Process Technologies)

  • Rapid tooling when you “need parts fast,” with lead times measured in days
  • Up to 8 x 14 inch part size
  • Molds constructed from aluminum or P-20 steel
  • Manual side actions to form undercuts

Class 6 Prototype

  • Allows more complex geometry and larger part sizes than RPTech
  • Molds constructed from aluminum or P-20 steel
  • Undercuts formed using either manual or automatic side actions
  • Production representative tool and process

Class 5 Prototype – Market Entry/Pilot

  • A great option for low-volume programs or scaling up for high-volume production
  • Molds constructed from P-20 or hardened steel for longer tool life
  • Undercuts formed using automatic side action only, to support lower cost production and process validation

Prototyping Options

  • 3D Printing
  • Foam Models
  • Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM)
  • Machined Models
  • Market-Entry Tooling
  • RPTech™
  • Stereolithography (SLA)
  • Urethane Castings

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