Our plastic boxes are among the best on the market. There is a reason for this: we are the plastic experts. We have years of expertise and are proficient in using all relevant methods of plastic processing, whether it is injection moulding, thermoforming or extrusion.
The development of a new transport box is complex. But we will support you all the way. The most important thing is to understand where and how the container is used. For this we have to understand your processes, because our boxes are much more than four plastic walls around your products.
Stable injection-moulded design or lightweight twin-wall sheets? With internal compartments and lid? Perforated walls for fresh air supply or rather closed all around? Conductive or not? In order to answer numerous questions on the way to your individual transport box, we make your project ours.
Everyone claims the best quality, but we live it. WALTHER Faltbox has quality black on white, with TÜV certificates for quality management, environment and energy efficiency. We ensure top quality at every single work stage and test our finished containers in independent testing institutes.
The most important step of the entire process chain: we need to understand exactly how the processes at the customer's function. We work together with the customer, defining the characteristics required for the new container.
Initial drafts in 3D CAD programs implement the requirements for a technically correct design concept. The preliminary design will be reviewed in close co-operation with the customer and its logistical processes. The three-dimensional technical design will then be brought into its final shape based on the results of the audit. Complex designs can be implemented as functional models in 3D printing for customer approval.
For optimum implementation of the design into series production an optimal tool design is essential. We will develop this tool and produce it as a prototype. At the same time the first prototypes of the new container will be created.
The first containers from the series tool are subjected to intensive testing. If necessary, changes are made.
Based on the experience with the prototype the series tool is manufactured in the WALTHER tool making workshop. Taking the series moulding tool into operation is known as mould proving. Series production can then start. During actual series production, our engineers continue to permanently optimise the production processes.
The finished containers are grouped into shipping units and delivered according to the customer's specifications.
Do you have any questions regarding our solutions? Please get in touch!
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