When designing a custom plastic container it is imperative that all the components fit together, therefore Coda Plastics use the latest design technology to set up and demonstrate how the individual parts of the product interact with one another. Too often a great looking product is compromised by poor functionality, but Coda Plastics years of experience and expertise mean you will never receive a design that is not 100% ready for manufacture.
In the case of Bin Buddy, the development of the container was closely linked to the development of the cap. The most important functionality issue was the fit between the cap and the container, as the cap fit was designed so it could not be easily removed. At this point various materials were considered and tested for compatibility.
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Stage 1: Packaging design brief
Stage 2: Packaging concept
Stage 3: Innovative packaging design
Stage 4: 3D prototyping as part of packaging development
Stage 5: Developing a custom plastic container
Stage 6: Rapid tooling models for packaging testing
Stage 7: Launching full packaging manufacture phase
Stage 8: Bringing new plastic packaging to launch
Stage 9: Winners of Packaging Design Awards for the Bin Buddy