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Amatech is using polyurea coating on foam packaging to create membranes on dunnage that protect its components. This is ideal for the products that require extra cushioning for a delicate, expensive product. We understand that our customer needs exceptional packaging so that products arrive as expected, right from one assembly line to the next. Polyurea provides impressive protection from water, scratches and a bumpy ride to its destination. What is Polyurea? Polyurea is a durable substitute to plastisol dips. Almost no coating can compare to polyurea when it comes to attainable physical properties. Polyurea can be formulated to achieve a tremendous range of properties — from high elongation to superior tensile strength to hard or soft, all based on how the material is formulated and correctly applied. Why is Polyurea becoming popular in the packaging industry? Waterproof Abrasion Resistant Does not crack Does not lose its physical properties Adds durability to cross link foams Slows down the color fading process for UV stable…
Did you know that one returnable box could replace over 100 cardboard boxes? Not only can we help a company reduce their carbon footprint, returnables can also keep the production lines clean. During Amatech’s design process, we take in account the lines that the packaging is being used. Just like how you figure out a line process, the packaging can be part of the time process. With returnable packaging you can eliminate not only all the cardboard but also any protective films or plastic bags that you would have to just put in the dumpster. Returnables can be a big part of cost savings and help everyone keep a clean line and work space environment. Cardboard is not only environmentally unhealthy but also can be a harbor of mold! Mold is known to cause respiratory problems, common allergic reaction symptoms, nervous-system disorders and depression. For those that are sensitive to molds, it can cause nasal stuffiness, throat irritation, coughing or wheezing, eye…
3D Printing in a Nutshell Amatech has a large format 3D printer available in our prototype department. After some research, we’ve learned our customers expect the best when choosing us as their returnable packaging provider. We currently have in-house the 3D System 3600 printer which allows us to print from any electronic data file.  We know that getting your hands on a part for packaging can be a challenge. That’s why Amatech has invested in a 3D printer. When we build your package prototype, we can ship the printed part with the sample. This will ensure the packaging will work for your products. Amatech still offers full virtual package design in our CAD software. This is typically the first step in the process. We can bring in the part data and design a model with your part in the cell to see the packing density and any other critical revisions that might be needed. 3D printing is the newest revolutionary…

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