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Custom Fabrication of Polycarbonate Pill Dispenser Components

This Polycarbonate component is used by a pharmaceutical customer for the manufacturing of a pill dispenser. Fabrication required CNC routing, as well as bending, and component assembly which required the use of a solvent adhesive bonding. The finished component measured 11.4787” in length, 2.9844” in width, and 6.7438” in height, and met tolerances of ± .015”. We provided the customer a first article as well as the full run of 500 pieces with four weeks. For more information on this custom fabricated project, see the table below.

  Bending & Bonding of a Pill Dispenser Polycarbonate
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Bending & Bonding of a Pill Dispenser Polycarbonate
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Highlights of this Custom Fabricated Polycarbonate Project

Product Description Polycarbonate manufacturing of a Pill Dispenser.
Custom Fabrication Capabilities Applied/Processes Primary:
CNC Router

Bending

Secondary:
Assembly
  • Bonding-Solvent Adhesive
Equipment Used to Manufacture Part CNC Router
Overall Part Dimensions Length: 11.4787”
Width: 2.9844”
Height: 6.7438”
Tightest Tolerances +/- .015"
Material Used Polycarbonate
In process testing/inspection performed First Article
Industry for Use Pharmaceutical
Volume 500
Standards Met Customer supplied print, 2D CAD Drawing
Product Name Pill Canister
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