The same laser that is used for coding and printing can be used for scoring, too. When scoring, the laser breaks the first layer of the film without damaging the internal layer. This guarantees a perfect opening experience for consumers.
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A slim, custom-embossed tin from SpiderTech protects its pre-cut elastic sports tape in a range of athletic and workplace environments, and provides a powerful shelf presence with its contemporary, bold graphics.
Anita’s Balm founder Anita Redd has engineered and is now manufacturing an intricately designed jar to hold 1 oz of her natural skin remedy, formulated for eczema. The jar is made in-house, using a 3D printer and is constructed of plant-based PLA resin.
A new bottle structure for Eufora, a line of hair care products for the salon industry, uses a sweeping waterfall-like angle on one shoulder that differentiates the bottle from its competitors yet is similar enough to the company’s previous package style that it is recognizable to Eufora fans.
The calibrated DS1000 3D laser profiler from Cognex optimizes product quality by providing three-dimensional inspection of products and packages. Compact and industrially designed for even the harshest factory environment, this displacement sensor also includes industry-leading Cognex machine vision software with powerful 2D and 3D toolsets.
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New graphics for Tang orange powdered breakfast drink, from Kraft Foods, build on the brand’s iconic reputation as the astronauts’ drink of choice while giving it a new relevance geared toward a new generation of fans.