Laminated cardboard

Laminated cardboard

Laminated cardboard is a type of packaging that is made from a combination of poster and 3-layer paper. These cartons are suitable for packing a variety of products such as food, electronic goods, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, etc. used. In addition, this type of packaging can also be used as an advertising tool for various companies and brands due to its beautiful design and printing, which leads to the reduction of human advertising costs.

Laminated cardboard for product packaging has advantages that include:

  • High resistance to moisture, dust, breaking and impact, resistance to heat and other environmental conditions.
  • Beautiful design and printing that can be used as an advertising tool for different companies and brands.
  • Extending the life of the product
  • The possibility of printing on the packaging surface and providing information about the product, date, expiration, how to use, etc
  • The possibility of choosing different sizes and shapes for laminated cartons, which makes it suitable for packaging different products.

Laminated cardboard is suitable for packing what products?

Due to its high resistance to moisture, dust, impact, heat resistance and other environmental conditions, laminated cardboard is suitable for packaging various products. Some of the products that can be packaged using laminated cardboard are:

  • Food products such as sweets, cakes, biscuits, chocolate, bread, pasta, etc
  • Electronic goods such as mobile phones, laptops, tablets, cameras, etc
  • Cosmetics such as perfume, cologne, cream, personal accessories, etc
  • Medicines and pharmaceutical products
  • Household appliances such as kitchen appliances, clothes, etc
  • Industrial products such as electronic components, auto parts, etc

As mentioned above, laminated cardboard is used for packaging in various industries due to its advantages.

Comparison of laminated cardboard and non-laminated cardboard

Laminated cardboard and non-laminated cardboard are two different types of packaging, each of which has its own characteristics and advantages. In the following, we will compare these two types of packaging:

  • Resistance to environmental conditions: Laminated cardboard is more resistant to moisture, dust, breaking and impact, and heat resistance. While non-laminated cardboard does not have these features and is more vulnerable to environmental conditions.
  • Design and printing: Laminated cardboard can display very beautiful and attractive designs. While non-laminated cardboard does not provide better printing and design due to its dry and uneven surface
  • Cost: Non-laminated cardboard is less expensive than laminated cardboard because it is made of cheaper materials. While laminated cardboard is more expensive due to its better material and smoothness.
  • Transportation: Non-laminated cardboard is more vulnerable in transportation due to its simpler, lighter and weaker structure. While laminated cardboard works better in transportation due to its greater resistance.

Therefore, according to the advantages and disadvantages of both types of packaging, the suitable packaging for each product is different depending on the needs and characteristics of that product, which must be decided according to the conditions.

What is the method of making laminated cardboard?

First, prepare the cardboard and also the laminated poster that you intend to use.

Then, by injecting glue on the back of the poster, stick it on the cardboard. Then carefully glue the poster to the cardboard.

After gluing and placing the product, set it aside. This will make the glue dry well and the poster will stick to the cardboard.

In the next step, prepare the product for molding. Do this by placing the product in a device called a rotary. In this machine, the product passes under the mold and the carton takes the desired structure.

By doing these steps, you can create the laminated cardboard with the poster in a precise and high-quality way and achieve the desired structure.