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What does a perfect hat box look like?
About hat product

In the fashion world, clothing accessories often define individual style, with hats being crucial in the fashion world. Nowadays, both pom-pom hats, baseball caps and sun hats are very popular in the market.

About hat box package

if you are engaged in this market, you need a perfect box to store as well as enhance the value of your products. It is worth mentioning that Crownwin has designed a new foldable hat packaging box which is both practical and stylish. Here are the details of this box:    

 


Features:

1.Made of high quality cardboard material to protect the product from deformation.

2.Foldable design, solve the shipping cost expensive and variable at the same time, but also save storage space.

3.Adopt strong double-sided adhesive design, more solid, not easy to deform. Easy to assemble.

4.Crownwin offers customizable services. Whether you want customized structure, color, size, logo printing, etc., it can be done for you. crownwin is a supplier engaged in the packaging industry for more than 10 years, providing users with personalized packaging solutions, helping SMEs grow, enhancing product value and making your brand stand out.


The most basic package printing industry terminology.


In daily life, packaging is needed everywhere, such as your dress shoes, cosmetics, jewelry, candles aromatherapy, home storage and so on, and in the paper packaging and printing industry, there are a lot of terminology that we know everyday. Crownwin, as a professional supplier engaged in the paper packaging industry for many years, has compiled some knowledge of the paper packaging and printing industry, the following is the packaging and printing industry Some commonly used terms:


Bleed: Printing beyond the cut edge of the printed page, usually used to ensure that there are no unprinted edges after the cut edge.


CMYK: Stands for Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Key, the four primary colors 

used in process color printing. By combining these four colors, you 

can achieve any personalized color you want to customize.

     

Die-cutting: The process of using a die to cut paper or other material into a specific shape, usually for custom packaging    

design.


Lamination: A process that utilizes heat and pressure to bond two or more layers of material together, often to increase the durability and protection of packaging.


Offset Printing: A widely used printing technique that involves the transfer of ink from the printing plate to the blanket and then to the printing surface.


Pantone Matching System (PMS): A standardized color system used in printing to ensure consistent color reproduction, often used for brand and logo colors.


Prepress: A stage of the printing process that includes all activities prior to the actual printing, such as design, color separation and plate making.


Folding carton: a type of packaging made of cardboard designed to be folded into boxes or cartons for packaging a variety of products. This type of structure is very advantageous in transportation, saving transportation costs and also reducing storage space. 

Embossing: A printing technique that creates a raised three-dimensional image or design on paper or packaging material.


UV Printing: A printing process that uses ultraviolet (UV) light to quickly dry or cure ink, resulting in vibrant colors and improved print quality.

  

Folding carton: a type of packaging made of cardboard designed to be folded into boxes or cartons for packaging various products. This type of structure is very advantageous in transportation, saving transportation costs and reducing storage space.


Corrugated Cardboard: A material made of multiple layers of paper with a corrugated (wavy)

inner layer used to make sturdy shipping boxes and packaging.


These are just a few of the many terms and concepts commonly encountered in the packaging and printing industry. As the industry continues to evolve, it is also important to have up-to-date knowledge of industry terminology. For more information you can refer to these websites:

·https://www.packworld.com/ [Provides news and information on packaging and industry trends.]

·https://www.flexography.org/ [Provides information on flexographic printing technology.]

·https://www.thepaperworker.com/ [Online platform offering customized custom packaging and printing solutions.]

·https://packagingeurope.com/ [Provides information on news and events in the European packaging industry.]


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