Wednesday, December 19, 2018

Knowledge Base

Knowledge Base
Subscription boxes have been around for a while, and they definitely have their audience and customers since they tend to be very convenient and affordable. Starting a subscription box service has become a popular business model.  Before you embark on...
Where did the word 'Kraft" come from? Kraft paperboard is a packaging material that gets its name from the Kraft pulping process, pioneered by Carl F. Dahl of Germany in the 1880s. Normally, in the manufacture of paper, wood is ‘pulped’...
When you need to know exactly how the design and quality of your boxes are expected to come out before producing a large quantity, going through the prototype stage is probably your best bet. Nothing is worse than investing a lot of...
In the printing and packaging industry, a dieline - is designed to be the template needed to create the required layout (with the artwork) in order to produce the final physical package.  It displays the fold line, the perforation line, and the...
Varnish - as it is commercially called – can make a big difference to printed paper and packaging. Similar to ink, it is applied on the printing press and helps enhance the visual appearance of the print or packaging. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x7HAVcxuq3I Types of...
Packaging Marketing: Thinking Outside of the Products As outer appearance defines the quality of the product, it is very important to concentrate on product packaging to grow your business. Different types of packaging such as luxe, bold, charming, casual, nostalgic,...
To make it easier for you, we put together a step-by-step instruction on how to set your artwork file with PakFactory's dieline. Enjoy! Step 1: Verification Open PakFactory provided dieline on Illustrator and verify the job information at the bottom of the...
When it comes to printed materials, the finish definitely matters. In today's image-conscious world, the external benefits of a product assume much importance. Soft touch Finishing is a popular method of improving the exterior appearance of paper and rigid boxes. It...
RGB Color Model To simply put it, RGB stands for Red, Green, and Blue. Display systems, like computers and television screens, have only these three basic colors. Every other color that they display is a combination of the three.  For instance, a...
In essence, lamination makes the product 'ready' to be put into the hands of consumers. You can consider two types of lamination: Matte and Gloss. Whether it applies to the surface of a paper bag, book cover, label, or packaging box,...
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