Rack Bags

      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

      Sewn Fabric Dunnage: Seven Solutions to Packaging Problems

      Sewn fabric dunnage is a type of packaging that protects parts, saves space, supports shipping, and eases assembly. Rack bags also provide flexibility because they can conform to the contours of large or complex parts. For packaging engineers and packaging managers, the benefits of sewn fabric dunnage are clear. Yet there are also seven challenges

      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

      Fabric Dunnage Costs and Thread Selection

      Designers of sewn fabric dunnage need to choose the right thread for rack bags that deliver a strong return on investment (ROI). Lower-cost threads may seem like a bargain, but using a thread that’s too thin (and too weak) can cause rack bag seams to fail. Threads that can’t withstand part loading and unloading, kitting,