Cartons, Crates and Corrugated Board: Handbook of Paper and Wood Packaging Technology

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DESIGN HOUSE Incorporated, 2005 - Technology & Engineering - 517 pages
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Describes the properties, manufacturing processes, function, and design of wood, paper, paperboard and corrugated fiberboard as packaging materials. This book includes an illustrated section on the history of packaging and is useful for understanding the reasons behind many of the names and traditional uses of wood-and paper-based packaging.

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This is a very good book for understanding wood and paper and its applications in packaging.

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The authors, Susan E.M. Selke, Ph.D., and Diana Twede, Ph.D., are professors in the Michigan State University School of Packaging, the nation's premier institution for educating packaging professionals.

The authors, Susan E.M. Selke, Ph.D., and Diana Twede, Ph.D., are professors in the Michigan State University School of Packaging, the nation's premier institution for educating packaging professionals.

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