When it comes to the different types of films, there’s some confusion out there. And like most of our blog posts, we seek to thwart the confusion. Flexible Film A film is any kind of very thin membrane or barrier film made of plastic. Film can be flexible or rigid. If it’s rigid, it’s called a sheet of film. If it’s flexible, it’s called flexible film. Flexible film is made from resins that once formed is...flexible! This type of film can be used to make various types of bags, pouches, …Read More >> about Clarifying Flexible, Stretch, and Shrink Film
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Even among those with a history in the packaged-goods industries, there can still be an element of confusion between shrink bundling, bull’s eye, bundle wrapping, full-enclosure wrapping, and shrink wrapping. In this post, we’ll be clarifying the identities of the two and showcase what each has to offer. Shrink wrapping is also known as full-enclosure wrapping. It involves covering a set of multiple items in low-density polyethylene film (LDPE) and passing it through a heat tunnel or other …Read More >> about Full Enclosure and Bull’s Eye Wrapping Compared, Contrasted, and Admired
Much removed from gangsta rapping, shrink wrapping and stretch wrapping are a couple of the go-to methods for protecting products and especially keeping them intact and upright during transport. There are similar concepts between these two, but also oft-neglected and important differences. Shrink and stretch wrapping get confused frequently, so we decided there was need enough to write a blog post clarifying their differences and their indicated uses. They may not increase sales in albums on …Read More >> about Shrink Wrap and Stretch Wrap: The Coolest Wrappers