Blister packaging is a term for several prefabricated plastic packages for small consumer goods, foodstuffs and pharmaceuticals.
The main part of the blister pack is a cavity or pocket made of "formable" fabric, usually thermoformed plastic. This is usually a "cover" seal on the back of cardboard or aluminum foil or plastic. Folding blisters are often called clamshells.
Thermoforming is a manufacturing method in which a plastic sheet is heated to a soft forming temperature, formed into a specific shape in a mold, and trimmed to produce a usable product. When a sheet or some material type is referred to as a "film"; it is heated in an oven to a sufficiently high temperature so that it can be stretched into a mold or mold and cooled to a final shape.
Thermoforming is different from injection molding, blow molding, rotary molding and other forms of processed plastics. Thin thermoforming is the manufacture of disposable cups, containers, covers, trays, blisters, clamshells and other food, medical and general retail products. Thick-wall thermoforming includes doors and dashboards, refrigerator lined, multi-function lathes and plastic pallets and other components.
Minimum Order Quantity: 1 piece.
Lead time: 5-7 working days.
Application scenarios: Packaging
1. High production rates,
2. Repeatable high tolerances,
3. Use a wide range of materials,
4. Low labor cost,
5. Minimal scrap losses,
6. Little need to finish parts after molding.
Payment terms: T/T, 50% deposit when placing order.
50% balance before shipment.
Shipment: FedEx / DHL/ UPS/ TNT Express is acceptable.
Or shipped by freight forwarder. (Cost-effective)