ProtoCAM, a leading provider of value-added additive manufacturing, rapid prototyping and industrial 3D printing services, is proud to make available its proprietary crystal clear bottle finish process to both existing and new customers.
“Our customers expect high-quality prototypes that look like the real deal and we are dedicated to delivering just that,” said Ronald L. Belknap, President and CEO of ProtoCAM. “Our exclusive bottle finish process actually results in a bottle that looks production-quality. Anyone looking for a prototype that mimics a clear PET bottle needs ProtoCAM’s bottle finish process, because, let’s be honest, when it comes to packaging, looks sell.”
The process is groundbreaking for companies working on presenting packaging ideas. ProtoCAM has already partnered with design firms developing new bottle concepts for domestic and international beverage and perfume manufacturers, as well as innovative prescription bottles for a well-known department store behemoth.
“There are a number of machines that can print a bottle, but even clear materials result in a cloudy end product because the small opening restricts internal access for post-processing finishing,” said Ed Graham, ProtoCAM’s Engineering Manager.
ProtoCAM’s proprietary crystal clear bottle finish process improves all surfaces, resulting in first-class clarity. For general parts, ProtoCAM still offers a clear finish and an improved clear finish, but when the utmost transparency is required for true-to-form bottle prototypes, ProtoCAM’s bottle finish is the clearest choice.
To learn more about ProtoCAM’s propriety crystal clear bottle finish or request a quote, click here.
Based in Allentown, Pennsylvania, ProtoCAM is a leading provider of value-added additive manufacturing and rapid prototyping services for customers in a wide variety of industries, including defense, aerospace, automotive, medical, architecture and consumer goods. For more than two decades, engineers and product designers across the globe have turned to ProtoCAM to meet their prototyping needs because of the company’s collaborative process, commitment to service, unparalleled expertise and depth of knowledge.
To learn more about ProtoCAM, visit www.protocam.com or follow the company on LinkedIn, Twitter or Facebook.