Flexible packaging is increasingly about pouch packaging. That’s because flexible pouches can accommodate a wide variety of products, ship them securely, and display them impressively on store shelves. Pouches offer numerous options for interesting shapes, folds, openings, and closures, as well as printing in a full spectrum of colors, including images and text.
In the competitive consumer packaged goods industry, creative brands want the flexibility to mix and match a variety of flexible packaging materials and features and combine them with crisp digital printing and vibrant colors. Our latest equipment addition, the Hudson Sharp Ares 400- Dual Web Unwind, is an advanced pouch packaging equipment that accepts recycle-ready polyethylene, laminated films, bio-films, and paper-like films. Zippered pouches, resealable closers, side and bottom gussets, and child-resistant packaging are also popular capabilities.
Packaging is the last line of defense to keep children away from potentially dangerous items like pharmaceuticals, vitamins, and household cleaners. That’s why brands from a wide range of industries are turning to child-resistant pouches to protect their product and give parents peace of mind. These pouches also offer many design opportunities, allowing brands to safeguard contents without compromising packaging appeal.
In the wide world of vertical form-fill-seal and horizontal form-fill-seal (VFFS and HFFS) packaging applications, you generally have a choice between two types of seals; Lap Seal or Fin Seal. As for which type of seal is right for your products, that is case-sensitive for your unique applications. SunDance can help you with creating custom flexible packaging.This article will explore the differences between lap seal and fin seal applications for flexible films while also providing information about the form-fill-seal machinery required to produce this type of packaging.