“HPT Pharma began with a drawing of the carton to see how the carton and blister could function as one,” said the company’s operations/engineering manager.
Next, HPT created a blister that would fit within that workable area and guarantee compatibility with the applicable areas, depths, and other dimensions. By varying pitches and angles, they came up with a cavity layout that could accept the 30 doses.
“HPT’s suggested change enabled the blister to travel in and out of the carton more smoothly. As soon as we tried their sample, we knew it had to be that way.” said the company’s operations/engineering manager.