Reusable packaging materials include brushed tricot fabric for sewn fabric dunnage. Brushed tricot is a soft, liner material that can be used with Class A surfaces such as chrome parts or faux wood panels. This packaging material offers numerous advantages, but the brushing process makes tricot prone to attracting dirt. If parts with Class A
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
Custom Tyvek for reusable packaging combines the advantages of Tyvek® with a reinforcing scrim and easy-to-clean surface. Tyvek, a registered trademark of DuPont, is a synthetic material that’s made of high-density polyethylene (HDPE) fibers. Tyvek supports industrial sewing and lamination, and can be used to build multi-layer packaging materials that save you time and money.
Plastic doors for fabric dunnage need to protect parts and withstand the environment. They also need to provide visibility so that workers can see what’s inside of rack bags without opening and closing the doors unnecessarily. Choosing the right door material is important, but packaging engineers should also consider how plastic doors attach to sewn
Brushed tricot fabric for reusable packaging is a soft liner material that can be used with Class A surfaces such as chrome parts or faux wood panels. Tricot offers numerous advantages, but the brushing process also makes it a “dirt magnet”. For rack bag designers, deciding whether to use brushed tricot fabric is an important
Coated fabrics and laminated fabrics are used in sewn fabric dunnage to help protect parts during packaging, shipping, and assembly. Part shapes, sizes, and surfaces vary, but rack bag designers generally want fabric dunnage materials that are strong, lightweight, and long-lasting. Laminated fabrics can provide useful properties such as strength and durability, but some packaging
Fabric dunnage materials include laminated fabrics and coated fabrics that help to protect parts during packaging, shipping, and assembly. Rack bag designers want fabrics that are strong and lightweight, but that are also long-lasting. Depending on the application environment, packaging engineers may also need fabric dunnage materials that are water-proof, puncture-resistant, and easy-to-clean. For financial