By Diana Twede, Susan E. M. Selke, David Shires
New accelerated moment version with key technical, regulatory and advertising advancements from the prior 10 years. Covers the fabrics, tactics, and layout of almost all paper and fiberboard packaging for end-products, screens, garage and distribution. New info on eu and international criteria, choice standards for paperboard, in addition to rising sustainability tasks. Explains fresh checks, measurements and prices with ready-to-use calculations
Ten years in the past, the 1st variation of Cartons, Crates and Corrugated Board speedy turned the normal reference e-book for wooden- and paper-based packaging. recommended by means of TAPPI and different expert societies and used as a textbook around the world, the publication has now been commonly revised and up-to-date by means of a staff shaped via the unique authors and extra authors. whereas holding the serious functionality and layout facts of the former version, this moment accelerated version deals new info at the applied sciences, assessments and laws impacting the paper and corrugated industries around the world, with a unique specialise in Europe and Japan.
New info has been extra on checks and novel designs for folded cartons, in addition to multiplied discussions of paperboard choice for particular functions, rising barrier packaging, nutrition touch and migration, and the dynamics and possibilities of corrugated in distribution platforms. contemporary advancements on recycling and sustainability also are highlighted.
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Extra info for Cartons, Crates and Corrugated Board: Handbook of Paper and Wood Packaging Technology
It is also known that the Persians made coffins from laminated paper (Hunter 1947). The first paperboard set-up boxes in the West were made in the 1700s when Germany was a leading producer, and many were imported to America. Pulpboard cartons were made in France before 1751, and our word carton is from the French word for pasteboard box. Decorated band boxes (cylindrical set-up boxes, so named because they were originally made to hold gentlemen’s collar ruffs, called bands) were popular during the early 1800s, with their greatest popularity during 1820–1945.
The fibers were short, and so longer fibers were usually added to give strength. Some of the earliest straw paper was only 20% straw, mixed with rope and jute/ burlap bagging, and later it was made from 100% straw or straw mixed with waste paper. Paper made from straw had a hard stiffness and “rattle,” but low tensile strength and poor tearing resistance. Strawpaper became a widely used packaging material. ” Twisted cones of straw paper used by grocers preceded the paper bag, and were common up to 1890.
A Philadelphia directory shows six set-up box makers during the period of 1785–1800. Box making was a labor-intensive craft until machines were developed. Much of the assembly work was performed by women, sometimes working from their homes. Before strawboard was made on cylinder machines, the paperboard was made by hand too. The commercialization of set-up boxes is generally credited to the Dennison family in Boston, still a leading name in paper labels. Although he did not invent the package form, Aaron L Dennison, a jeweler, in 1839 began making set-up boxes in his shop using a jack-knife, rule, paste, and wooden forms.
Cartons, Crates and Corrugated Board: Handbook of Paper and Wood Packaging Technology by Diana Twede, Susan E. M. Selke, David Shires