Die cut foam packaging is a protective insert that is made out of polyurethane or polyethylene material in a variety of densities. With a die cut mold and high tech machinery, packaging can be manufactured to fit your design. A packaging engineer can help determine the appropriate material to handle the job. Density, volume and IFD, indentation force deflection will be considered in the material choice as well as the weight, fragility and size of the product that will be packaged. Another aspect of deciding the foam to be used is it’s clickability. The clickability is the foam’s recovery from a die cutting operation. These are all aspects that your packaging engineer can assist with before moving into the production of the pack.
What Will My Die Cut Foam Packaging Insert Look Like?
A die cut insert can be absolutely stunning. It is sharp and precise outlining the product perfectly if it manufactured appropriately. A die cutting machine performs crafting with precision. Not only will the insert hold the product, it will also highlight it depending on the color and style of foam that is chosen. Die cutting is simply out shapes in exact dimensions required leaving a cavity that will fit your product. Die presses have different capacities, so be sure you find a company with experience. When you package your product you want to be sure it is protected from potential shipping or handling damage. You want to have the correct amount of cushioning to keep it safe as well as the correct outer container that the insert will sit in, see Packaging Applications . You want a team that can design the whole package from inside out.
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