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by Diana Twede,Susan E.M. Selke

Free eBook Cartons, Crates and Corrugated Board: Handbook of Paper and Wood Packaging Technology download ISBN: 1932078428
Author: Diana Twede,Susan E.M. Selke
Publisher: DEStech Publications, Inc. (August 2004)
Language: English
Pages: 528
Category: Engineering & Transportation
Subcategory: Engineering
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Endorsed by TAPPI and other professional societies and used as a textbook worldwide.

Endorsed by TAPPI and other professional societies and used as a textbook worldwide, the book has now been extensively revised and updated by a team formed by the original authors and two additional authors.

CARTONS, CRATES and CORRUGATED. Handbook of Paper and Wood Packaging Technology. School of Packaging, Michigan State University. Susan E. M. Selke, P. Donatien-Pascal Kamdem, P.

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Packaging should be the same as what is found in a retail store, unless the item is handmade or was packaged by the manufacturer in non-retail packaging, such as an unprinted box or plastic bag. See details for additional description.

Handbook of Paper and Wood Packaging Technology (TAPPI - 978-1605951355), describes the . The authors Diane Twede and Susan . Selke are professors at Michigan State University School of Packaging.

Handbook of Paper and Wood Packaging Technology (TAPPI - 978-1605951355), describes the properties, manufacturing processes, function, and design of wood paper, paperboard and corrugated fiberboard as packaging materials.

Ten years ago, the first edition of Cartons, Crates and Corrugated Board quickly became the standard reference book for wood- and paper-based packaging. Endorsed by TAPPI and other professional societies and used as a textbook worldwide, the book has now been extensively revised and updated by a team formed by the original authors and two additional authors. While preserving the critical performance and design data of the previous edition, this second expanded edition offers new information on the technologies, tests and regulations impacting the paper and corrugated industries worldwide, with a special focus on Europe and Japan.New information has been added on tests and novel designs for folded cartons, as well as expanded discussions of paperboard selection for specific applications, emerging barrier packaging, food contact and migration, and the dynamics and opportunities of corrugated in distribution systems. Recent developments on recycling and sustainability are also highlighted.
User reviews
Quendant
The book is an excellent introduction to the subject of all things cartons. It also is a handy reference. I appreciated the history and context provided for each topic. I will reference this many times in the future.
David Gottshall
Quality Engineer.
Zut
Clean, well detailed and effectively addresses the subject.
Steelrunner
Good overview of each area with in depth knowledge where required. Covered areas of knowledge I knew and some I didn't know.
Matty
Pg. 234 says 144 sq. inches in my copy. Hopefully this will help to offset the 1 star review it previously received. Spot on, MSU School of Packaging.
Bodwyn
Plan on keeping even after class great reference.
Brakree
I found it particularly interesting that according to pg 234 of this book,
a square foot now measures 122 square inches ????? Ummm...kind of makes me wonder about ALL the rest of the information if something so rudimentary is so WRONG!