From design to print. Our story begins when Lars Haaland, a PLM Group employee, got the idea to make a nutcracker. No, not the ballet dance everyone knew, which had certainly amazed us perhaps even more, but a nutcracker tool.
Christmas was approaching and all the shops started selling different kinds of nuts. And these walnuts are usually only seen in their shells at Christmas, which made Lars wonder if he could design a nutcracker himself with SOLIDWORKS, which he uses every day.
Lars built the Nutcracker 3D CAD model in SOLIDWORKS connected with the platform. During the design process it was easy to him to ask feedback via platform from the team while everyone had access to the design.
Our egg cracker works! There are a couple issues we could fix if it was going to market, but would require re-printing the main frame which would be slow and expensive. We hope you enjoyed reading about this process and if you have any questions please drop them in the comments below!
The previous package's large product label, above, didn'tallow consumers to easily view the tray's contents. Thenew package, below, enables consumers to easily viewthe neatly presented meats, cheeses and crackers.
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