Packaging is a core part of the success of many products. In order to design the right type of packaging, it is important to identify suitable materials and finishes that align with the function that the particular packaging project is trying to accomplish. The first step in identifying ideal materials and finishes is to decide on the level of packaging that you are trying to design. The three levels of packaging that are commonly used are:
Levels of Packaging:
Types of Corrugated Fluting:
Fluting refers to the wave-like part of a corrugated sheet or box that provides stacking strength and durability. Different types of fluting can be described in terms of the number of flutes per linear foot and the height of the flute itself. Corrugated sheets manufactured using different fluting types are commonly referred to as:
- A Flute
- B Flute
- C Flute
- E Flute
- F Flute
In order to assure adequate levels of strength and durability for a specific task, it is imperative that appropriate types of corrugated sheets are used when manufacturing different types of corrugated packaging.
Corrugated Board Types:
Custom product and shipping boxes manufactured using corrugated paperboard are commonly referred to as corrugated boxes. Corrugated paperboard is composed of rows of paper columns that are commonly referred to as fluting. The fluting layer contains air pockets that provide additional protective cushioning for any packaged products. The fluting layer is combined with a paper liner layer to create the corrugated paperboard material. The combination of the fluting and the liner layers makes corrugated board significantly stronger than ordinary cardboard.
Common types of corrugation, providing varying degrees of protective capability, are referred to as:
- Single Face Board
- Single Wall Board
- Double Wall Board
- Triple Wall Board
Custom printed brochures offer a great way to promote your products and services. In order to select the right type and size for your brochures, we have prepared a video to guide you through the process.
Common brochure types:
- Half-Fold Brochure
- Tri-Fold Brochure
- Z-Fold Brochure
- Gate Fold Brochure
- French Fold Brochure
- Accordion Fold Brochure
- Double Parallel Fold Brochure
- Parallel Map Fold Brochure
If you need additional assistance, please feel free to contact our support team. We will be happy to share the appropriate templates and help you design a great looking brochure.
Pro-cut vinyl decal installation:
Pro-cut vinyl decals offer a great way to display your branding on windows, office doors, and vehicles. In order to ensure a professional and durable installation, please view the attached video for detailed instructions.
If you have any additional questions or concerns regarding the best way to apply pro-cut decals, please feel free to call us or drop us a line via email.
How to measure a bottle for product packaging?
Brand identification and awareness are essential to the growth of your business and branded packaging should be a key component of any product marketing strategy. Correct product dimensions are essential to designing product boxes that not only look great but also offer a snug fit for your products.
We have created a video in order to help you calculate the correct size for your custom product packaging boxes. If you have any additional questions, please feel free to reach out to your dedicated account representative.
How to measure bottles for the correct label size?
Providing legible and well-placed product information is a key part of the sale process. While printing this information on product boxes is a commonly used method, product labels offer a great alternative. Custom product labels, that adhere to the product itself, can be more cost effective and possibly eliminate the need for external packaging. Custom designed and printed product labels can also help improve brand recognition and customer loyalty.
Correct label dimensions are essential to designing a great label. We have created a video in order to help you calculate the correct size for your custom product labels. If you have any additional questions, please feel free to reach out to us.