Many products require a perfect seal to be effective. Manufacturers often go through a myriad of designs and prototypes to ensure a product is perfect before it can be produced in quantity. If sealing is a problem on some of your products or is simply required in your product, consider using dielectric welding to ensure the seal is perfect every time.
As an OEM you know how sometimes the equipment your produce is an unusual size or needs special protection. You also know how difficult it can be to find cases to provide the right fit and the best protection.
Talk to your sewing and thermoforming contractor about the best way to customize your specialty cases. Many OEMs requirespecialty cases to protect equipment, particularly when the equipment is used in the field. These devices are often sensitive and expensive, so protective cases are critical. This makes having a custom sewing or thermoforming contractor an absolute necessity.
Just because a case does not currently exist to fit your product does not mean one cannot be created. With the right custom design and engineering company, specialty cases can be made for almost anything. Specialty Case manufacturers have designers available for both front line companies, like fire and safety departments who want to protect equipment from daily wear and tear, as well as for OEMs to create a specialty case for their product. Continue reading “OEMs Specialty Cases Improve Your Business”→
Many products are treated with biocides to protect products or the function of certain products. Biocides inhibit the growth of fungi, bacteria, viruses, algae or fight and deter insects. The uses for biocides include preventing the development of odor causing bacteria in textiles, deterring moths in wool carpets, antibacterial coating for plastics products used in bathrooms and kitchens. Continue reading “Are You Keeping Up With Biocides in Textiles?”→
The Berry Amendment is a piece of legislation that prohibits the Department of Defense (DoD) from using appropriated funds or anything accessible and used by the DoD in order to procure fabrics, clothing, yarns, fibers, other made-up textiles, food, measuring or hand tools that are not grown, reused, reprocessed or produced in the U.S. There are some exceptions due to the unavailability, cost or manufacturing inefficiencies of U.S. based production. Continue reading “Are You Berry Compliant?”→
Specialty industries require specialty equipment. When your department needs a specialty item, it often makes sense to have these custom made. Utility bags for EMS workers or fire departments, for example, have specific requirements in order to ensure these meet safety and functionality standards. In this case, custom sewn bags are the perfect way to go.