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Insights for Custom Industrial Packaging

Prototyping and die cutting packaging assemblies

Dieless / Short-run Cutting Parts and Prototyping

“Die-less” cutting cuts parts with a CNC (computer numerically controlled) table equipped with an oscillating knife—a programmable machine capable of making precision cuts with great accuracy. The resulting walls are cut accurately and straight at full depth. Table cut parts are very practical for producing small volume foam parts and quick prototypes which allow the exploration of multiple design possibilities.

Introduction to Cushioning Systems in Packaging Design

Many components or subassemblies will frequently need to be packaged in a single enclosure. A...

Foam Products, Assemblies and the Equipment Used to Make It

Foam is manufactured in buns (large blocks) or planks and may have to be cut or skived (trimmed...

Packaging Designs that Save Time and Money

A leading provider of scientific instruments for medical applications needed to ship blood...

Types of Industrial Packaging Foam and Their Applications

Foam can be designed, cut, and fabricated to hold any shape. Many products have protrusions like...

Basics of Custom Industrial Foam Packaging

Foam is an effective cushioning and vibration dampening medium used in one-time and repetitive...

Crating at First Class Packaging

There is more than one way to package a product and that is why First Class Packaging is in the...

One Size Rarely Fits All – CNC Machine

You simply cannot throw skillfully engineered equipment in a corrugated box with packaging...

An Up Close Look at Plywood

Plywood is arguably the most underrated material. Consider the countless applications it is used...