Shipping Containers & Custom Foam Inserts
Protect Your Investment With Customized Packaging
Shipping and presenting valuable and expensive trade show models can be a challenge. That’s why we provide highly-engineered shipping containers as well as customized CNC-machined foam inserts.
Custom Foam Inserts
Presenting medical devices can be a challenge from many perspectives. If your sales team struggles with consistent and organized approaches to presenting new technology, we can help!
OsteoShape’s customized foam inserts are designed to support an organized conversation. Your models, implants, and instruments are placed in a logical manner so sales reps can easily explain the sequence of surgical workflow. “Doctor, here you can see steps one, two, and three.” Labeling each step can also be helpful.
Missing instruments, haphazard arrangement, and cheap foam inserts with beat-up plastic cases can be a thing of the past thanks to our sales kits with custom foam inserts.
Our inserts are created from high-density, one-piece blocks of premium foam. Contrasting colors make the presentation pop. They are CNC-Machined so the depth of each cavity positions your products at the top, where they belong.
Don’t waste your time trying to use foam plugs that fall out, making key instruments hard to find. Get a durable and professional presentation solution from OsteoShape!
OsteoShape is a distributor for Gator Cases in Columbia City, IN. We routinely create custom foam inserts for their wide variety of utility shipping containers, designed to protect our customer’s trade show exhibits. We can also build custom containers for your exhibits in wooden crates.
Adrian — Project Engineer
Frequently Asked Questions
How long will it take?
Each project is unique. For complex projects involving design and development, we will first schedule a virtual meeting with you and then provide a “scope of work” document detailing a timeline for the steps to completion.
Most projects require prototype approval, which can occasionally lead to delays depending on your company’s approval process. Changes to the scope of work can also delay the project, so a thorough understanding of the project upfront is critical.
Our team will work with you throughout the process to ensure unnecessary delays don’t occur.
How much will it cost?
We quote all of our work based on time and materials. As a general rule, the first model is always the most expensive model.
Who does the work and where is it done?
Phil and his team are all experienced in the creation of 3D printing, masters, molds, high-quality paintwork, and finishes. We have made bone models and implant replicas for years at our on-site facilities with a variety of equipment and processes located in Warsaw, Indiana.
Any outside work is completed in the USA, generally in close proximity to our Indiana location to save time and reduce shipping expenses.
Can you work with an engineering file?
Yes, we routinely work with Unigraphics, Solidwork, Parasolid, and mesh files provided by customers and have experienced orthopedic engineering resources to assist you.
Starting with your files is the easiest way for us to begin work.
How Does it Work?
Define Project Scope
We start with your description of the need and create a written project scope. The scope of work can be done in person or virtually.
Design & Development
Our design & development team will create a rendering of how your product will work in your target environment.
With most of our projects, a prototype is produced from the approved renderings generated during the design & development phase.
After approval of the prototype, we will fabricate the predetermined quantity of your model, sales kit, exhibit, educational tools, or other solution.
Our production system ensures each customer has a designated cart to ensure reproducibility and easy future reorders and support.
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