What Process Is Used To Make The Blister Tray?

- Mar 25, 2020-

What process is used to make the blister tray?

Blister trays refer to a type of plastic trays processed by a blister molding process. They are mainly used in industrial products, electronic products, and food packaging. The thickness ranges from 0.2mm to 2mm. According to different functions and materials, it is divided into: turnover tray, antistatic tray, PS blister tray, etc. Blister inner support is also called bottom support, lining, tray, inner box, refers to a type of plastic products used in paper product packaging boxes to play a role of lining, protection, shockproof, separation, fixing, and beautification. Most use colored solid bottom plastic sheet, high-end will use flocking plastic material.

  1. Dedicated power supply with low-voltage power supply, safe to use, no need for waterproof seal, or even submerged directly in water;

  2. It can be bent and folded back, and can be placed at random according to Chinese strokes or complex logo marks;

3. Long life, up to 100,000 hours. Maintenance-free and replacement-free; good weather resistance, suitable for -45 ℃ -85 ℃ environment.

4. Extremely energy saving, energy consumption is only one tenth of neon lights, and the saved electricity cost can offset the manufacturing cost.

Everyone knows that the price of blister products is inextricably linked to the length, width, height, and complexity of blister molding. Therefore, the quoter will make a quotation based on the customer's sample description. Then the blister packaging of the blister factory What is the processing flow of the product? What are the specific methods to achieve it?

The majority of blister proofing is plaster proofing. The operation steps are as follows:

1: First use the hand-made paste to form the outline; put it on the blister plate making machine to shape the blister embryo; manually grind and manually add parts;

2: Pour the prepared gypsum into the blister germ and dry it to form gypsum wool. Use an electric milling machine to further process the gypsum germ and regular shapes;

3: Glue each polished gypsum part into a complete gypsum mold; then put it into a blister making machine to make a complete sample;

4: According to the size of the finished product, manually cut and seal the edges to complete the proofing process. If there is a demand, the printing and proofing department will also make the paper cards, stickers or color boxes used for the blister samples at the same time, and they will reflect the actual printing results with the full-open printing digital proofing machine.