Tooling Standards for Tablet Production

Tablet tooling generally encompasses tablet punches and dies. Tooling stations traditionally consist of an upper punch, a lower punch, and a die, which are responsible for size, shape, and identification markings of tablets while meeting the specified requirements for dosage uniformity, production efficiency, and aesthetic appearance. Tablet compression tooling follows two standards that are recognized […]

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Steel Options for Efficient Tablet Tooling

Fette Compacting’s turret and tooling designs make it possible to rapidly produce high-quality steel products. This is in part due to the strict standards we follow—we match our heat-treating process with various formulations, which greatly extends the working life of our tableting tools. In addition to applied heat treatments, we only use high-quality, high-alloy materials […]

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An Introduction to Tableting

Equipped with decades of experience in tablet manufacturing, the team at Fette Compacting has the knowledge and skills to assist customers in all of their tableting operations. From research and development to production, we supply customers with the necessary products and services throughout the entire tableting process to ensure they achieve the highest product quality […]

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How to Select the Right Coating Option for Your Punch Tip

Tableting equipment is used to manufacture a variety of products, ranging from candy to cosmetics and household cleaners to pharmaceuticals. However, producing high-quality products necessitates selecting and using the right tooling, including with regard to punch head shape, size, and material. In operations where the compressed material is abrasive, corrosive, sticky, or otherwise difficult to […]

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Types of Tablets

Pharmaceutical tablets are the oral solid dosage form of one or more medicaments sometimes containing suitable excipients. These substances, typically in powder form, are compacted or pressed into a solid tablet. They vary in size, shape, hardness, thickness, weight, dissolution, and disintegration properties. Tablets account for approximately 90% of dosage forms used for dispensing medication […]

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Features of Fette Compacting’s FE55 Tablet Press

Tablet compression is one of the most pivotal processes for the pharmaceutical industry. It involves using superior-quality pieces of equipment that rely upon ultra-high degrees of precision. The FE55 tablet press from Fette Compacting is the only machine of its performance class capable of manufacturing more than 90% of common tablet forms without additional investments or costly refitting. The […]

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Key Considerations for Capsule Filling

A variety of industries rely on efficient capsule-filling capabilities to cost-effectively produce products such as vitamins, supplements, and medication. Though it may seem relatively simple in theory, capsule filling is quite delicate, and measurements must be exact to ensure products are safely within prescribed dosage levels. This process must also be easily repeated to ensure that each capsule is filled consistently to standard.

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Introducing New Digital Solutions for Tablet and Capsule Production

Swift conversion, cross-machine control, and reliable remote maintenance: in exceptional times such as the Corona-Crisis, it becomes apparent just how fast and comprehensively pharmaceutical manufacturers need to react to changing production conditions. Demand and availability can change at any time. Digital tools can more efficiently organize such requirements for agility.

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Introducing the FE75: A New Standard for Large Batch Tablet Press Production

At Fette Compacting, we continually look for ways to expand our product offerings to better serve our customers. One of our recent product releases—the FE75—serves as a superior tablet press solution for large batches of over 1.6 million pieces per hour.

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The Latest Tablet Manufacturing Trends

Pharmaceutical tablets have been around for years, and to many, it may not seem like they’ve changed much compared to other manufacturing products—but what about the process of making these tablets? Just as with any other industry, advances in the tableting process have made it faster, safer, and more cost-efficient. As we move forward, we can expect continued advancements to meet the ever-changing needs of the pharmaceutical industry. Fette Compacting America’s Matt Bundenthal has the inside scoop on this production process, how it has developed in recent years, and where it may be headed in the future.

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