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Is there a software that will take multiple different sized cartons and give me the bet fit and dimensions of a master box?

I feel like this would be something I could do in Tops or CAPE but I haven't seen a way to do various size cartons in a master only multiple out of the same inner carton. Is there possibly something in artios that could do this?

Any suggestions? Thanks!

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Kraft Boxes

We cannot deny the fact that these boxes are not only distinct but allow you to go beyond the marketing strategies. The professional look of these boxes determines the success and the failure factor of your brand in the market. Although, the brands can add ease in their lives by using this kind of packaging for encasing diverse products in it.

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I'm thinking about creating PB to ship to customers across the country, and also want to set up shop at local farmer's markets. I live in Oregon. What's the best website you have found, aside from Amazon (or, if Amazon, a specific link), to purchase simple 12-16oz jars? I don't want the mason jars with 2 pieces, just a single screw lid. The shipping cost seems to be a nightmare, but I've only been looking at this for a day or two.

Also, it'd be great to find a place that offers different colors of lids since I'll eventually want to figure out how to differentiate packaging from competitors.

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I was researching food packaging while I try to start a small peanut butter business, and got to wondering about this. What is the reason that you never see peanut butter in a tub? Wouldn't it be much easier to spread? After all, even the bulk food machines at Whole Foods dispense peanut butter in a plastic tub.

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Hi. I have seen sometimes a material that is as hard as plastic, but made from cardboard/tree fiber material. I guess it have been pressed hard. If anyone knows a material similar to my description I would appreciate to know the name.

Thanks

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Im looking into some equipment for the process in the attached picture. machines online run from $2-5,000. but while looking i was also looking to see if there is a market for second hand packaging equipment? i have seen a case sealer on Facebook marketplace once.. but not much else ever. where is somewhere i can look for all types of packaging equipment?

https://i.redd.it/f8fhu3vmzb631.jpg

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Hello,

Looking to source mini hinged style tins. Anywhere from 100-500 qty orders.

I have come across very few distributors in Canada.

Can someone recommend a site?

Thank you!

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I want to place my order online for custom gable boxes, Please help me. which company is best for gable packaging boxes.

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I am looking for some blogs where i can publish a few blog posts related to packaging designs etc. If anyone knows any or has access to such sites then let me know, i will be very thankful.

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Wife is a jeweller, and she needs cool packaging to sell her pieces. Her style is modern/contemporary, not fine jewelry. She sees some very cool ideas on pinterest... but where would one start to look for suppliers?

Thanks in advance for any help.

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