Rack Bag Design

Puncture Resistant Packaging: Four Ways to Better Sewn Fabric Dunnage

Puncture resistant packaging supports sewn fabric dunnage that lasts longer and supports the bottom line. In the automotive and heavy truck industries, parts that are designed to lock into place can tear reusable packaging during loading and unloading. Small rips can become big holes, and parts bags that lack sufficient strength won’t last long. Torn fabric

The Top Reusable Packaging Posts of 2017

Here are the top reusable packaging posts of 2017. From packaging design to rack bag manufacturing, Hold-True explains what you need to know. Rack Bag Design for Sewn, Reusable Fabric Dunnage Rack bag design isn’t just about pocket size or material selection. It’s not just about computer aided design (CAD) software either. Fabric Dunnage: How Dirty Rack

Returnable Packaging Basics: Digital vs. Analog Design

For packaging engineers, a knowledge of returnable packaging basics begins with digital vs. analog design. Today, many engineers use computer-aided design (CAD) software with sewn fabric dunnage. Digital drawings are useful, but CAD files won’t consider the needs of the personnel who load and remove parts bags. That’s why analog design for recyclable packaging is

Reusable Packaging Design: Seven Common Challenges

Reusable packaging design for dunnage that’s built-to-last can save you time and money. In the automotive, heavy truck, power sports, and aerospace industries, sewn fabric dunnage is replacing cardboard boxes and other disposable materials. Recyclable packaging can cost more up-front, but sewn bags provide a strong return on investment (ROI) when they’re designed and manufactured

Automotive Rack Bags: Advantages and Applications

Automotive rack bags package and protect parts that are used in the assembly of cars, trucks, and other vehicles. Typically, this type of sewn fabric dunnage is used with visible Class A surfaces that need to resist scratching. Examples include chrome grills, faux wood panels, and plastic fender fairings. Rack bags aren’t the only type

How to Design Puncture-Resistant Fabric Dunnage

Fabric dunnage that’s not puncture-resistant can shred the best packaging designs. For example, in the automotive and heavy truck industries, parts that are designed to lock into place can tear rack bags during parts loading and unloading. Small rips can become big holes, and parts bags that lack sufficient strength won’t last long. Torn fabric

Sewn Fabric Dunnage: Four Reasons Why Rack Bag Seams Fail

Sewn fabric dunnage that fails can cost you time and money during packaging, shipping, kitting, and assembly. That’s why manufacturers, parts suppliers, rack fabricators, and logistics teams want rack bags where the seams won’t rip. Sometimes, however, seam failure happens when there’s no damage to the fabric dunnage itself. By understanding why this happens, you

Work-in-Process Bags: Why the Pockets Sag on WIP Bags

Work-in-process bags are used for kitting and sequencing parts for assembly-line production in the automotive, heavy truck, power sports, and aerospace industries. Typically, the pockets on WIP bags are filled by a third-party company instead of by the OEM parts manufacturer. Employees at a kitting or sequencing facility receive parts from multiple suppliers, unload one

Rack Bag Design for Sewn, Reusable Fabric Dunnage

Rack bag design isn’t just about pocket size or material selection. Sewn, reusable fabric dunnage needs to meet the needs of the hard-working people who load and remove parts from these material handling systems. Today, packaging engineers can design fabric rack bags using digital 3D drawings. CAD programs let an engineer design reusable packaging around

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