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Does Higher Density Mean More Firmness for Packaging Foam?

by Foam Industries

Density and firmness are often used interchangeably in conversation - but the two are very different. Another common misconception is that higher density = more firm.  The truth is a little more ...

How to Choose the Right Foam for Your Custom Case Insert

by Foam Industries

Choosing the right foam for your case insert is critical to ensure your product arrives intact, without scratches, mold, or an overall unpleasant unboxing experience. With the number of foams ...

What Kind of Foam is Used for Packaging?

by Foam Industries

People often think all foam is a variation of all the same thing, just in different densities. But the truth is there is a huge variety of types of foam, what they excel at, and how they’re used. The ...

5 Ways to Improve Sustainability With Foam

by Foam Industries

We hear it all the time from our customers, and their end users: sustainable packaging is huge. Consumers care about the impact of their material waste, and more and more organizations are following ...

What is a Cushioning Curve?

by Foam Industries

Most people in the packaging industry know about cushioning curves, but that’s where their knowledge ends. We know they are important and it helps to design packaging, but how does it work? When ...

5 Foam Packaging Ideas to Make Your Product POP

by Foam Industries

Foam is a great way to ensure your package arrives safely – but it’s also a great way to create a positive unboxing experience. Once you’re in the process of design, it’s the perfect opportunity to ...

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How Much Does My Foam Part Weigh?

by Foam Industries

When production is getting planned for a brand-new product, the shipping weight is usually needed before the part is complete. Not only does the part have weight, but the packaging does as well. The ...