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'[TECH] What do I stick in google to find this type'
2010\02\09@214446 by Forrest W Christian

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I regulary get products (often circuit boards) which are packaged in an
apparently vacuum or heat-shrink shrunk package which has usually
bubbles on the bottom and a fairly heavy plastic on the top.   I seem to
recall seeing a video of one of these in operation at one point where
you put the product to seal on the bottom layer, lower the top plastic
into place, and then press seal, and the whole thing vacuums (or
shrinks) the whole assembly together.   A variation on this is the
packaging where you have cardstock on the back and plastic is basically
glued to the cardboard around the product.

I've googled 'vacuum packaging' (end up with food stuff), 'heat shrink'
(end up with tubing), 'product sealers'

I'm not looking for the type where you have to put your product in a bag
and then it sucks the air out and seals...  I'm specifically looking for
the type which operates quite a bit like a vacuum former..  that is, you
sit your stuff on a flat surface (bottom bubbles or card), and then the
top plastic goes over all of it and is shrunk and sealed.

Any ideas what these are even called?

-forrest

2010\02\09@223223 by Paul Hutchinson

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It's skin packaging

Paul Hutch

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2010\02\10@051311 by Lee Jones

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> A variation on this is the packaging where you have cardstock
> on the back and plastic is basically glued to the cardboard
> around the product.

I've heard that called  blister pack  or a  blister package.

                                               Lee Jones

2010\02\10@071257 by Richard Pytelewski

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Used this a lot in my work.... try "Heat Shrink Tunnels"

Rich

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heat sealer...

I regulary get products (often circuit boards) which are packaged in an
apparently vacuum or heat-shrink shrunk package which has usually
bubbles on the bottom and a fairly heavy plastic on the top.   I seem to
recall seeing a video of one of these in operation at one point where
you put the product to seal on the bottom layer, lower the top plastic
into place, and then press seal, and the whole thing vacuums (or
shrinks) the whole assembly together.   A variation on this is the
packaging where you have cardstock on the back and plastic is basically
glued to the cardboard around the product.

I've googled 'vacuum packaging' (end up with food stuff), 'heat shrink'
(end up with tubing), 'product sealers'

I'm not looking for the type where you have to put your product in a bag
and then it sucks the air out and seals...  I'm specifically looking for
the type which operates quite a bit like a vacuum former..  that is, you
sit your stuff on a flat surface (bottom bubbles or card), and then the
top plastic goes over all of it and is shrunk and sealed.

Any ideas what these are even called?

-forrest

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