A 3D drawing or rendered image gives you a good picture of the product.
Making a prototype and producing a test run really brings the product to life.


Thin-walled packaging design

First of all we meet with you to discuss your needs and formulate an impression of the end product you are looking for. By bringing together creativity and functionality, we can quickly produce a good design for your thin-walled packaging. But it won’t just be a nice-looking design. We also think about how easy it will be to make and how it will be handled and used until it reaches the end-user. (Read more)

Thermoformed packaging prototype

Once you have approved a 3D image or a rendered screen image online, we can make a prototype of the thermoformed packaging. A new product only really comes to life when you can hold it in your hands and feel it. Working with our sister company dexter MT, we can then produce a small number of samples. We make these on our manual moulding machine, using the actual materials (PS, PET or PP) and the correct film thickness. This will give you a good impression of the product, and you can run tests on it with the contents it is designed for.

Test run of trays or blister packs

We can also go one step further and make a test mould. This can be used to produce anything from a couple of thousand to tens of thousands of trays or blister packs. (Read more)


Thermoformed products are made of plastic. After being heated to the right temperature, the plastic film is vacuum-drawn into or over a mould. We use high quality plastics like ABS, polyethylene, polypropylene and high impact polystyrene. Thermoforming differs from other techniques in that it allows much more design freedom, it has low start-up and tooling costs, and it enables us to produce small production runs.