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Advanced Materials Letters

Volume 10, Issue 9, Pages 614-618, September 2019
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Significant Quality Parameters of Finishing Technology in Offset Printing on Solid Board Boxes Depending on the type of Material

Marta Hurka1,*, Magdalena K. Wyrwicka2

1Department of Standardization, Institute of Logistics and Warehousinge, Estkowskiego Street 6, Poznan, 61-755, Department of Marketing and Economic Control, University of Technology in Poznan, Strzelecka Street 11, Poznan, 60- 965, Poland

2Department of Marketing and Economic Control, University of Technology in Poznan, Strzelecka Street 11, Poznan, 60-965, Poland

Adv. Mater. Lett., 2019, 10 (9), pp 614-618

DOI: 10.5185/amlett.2019.2118

Publication Date (Web): Sep 03, 2019

E-mail: marta.hurka@doctorate.put.poznan.pl

Abstract

The research in the field of solid board boxes will be focused on defined the significant quality parameters of the refinement of printing according to the type of raw material used in the process. Products that do not meet the quality requirements harm the interests of the company and above all are dangerous for the consumer. The result may be loss of trust from the side of customers, spoiled reputation and costly withdraw from the market all the final defective products. Detecting defects at an early stage of the process can have a positive impact on production schedules and avoid unnecessary additional costs. To packaging requirements belongs: quality, logistic, economic, promotional and environmental requirements. Quality parameters are determined by the actual state of the enterprise, its surroundings and many other factors such as: the feature of raw materials and the applied printing processes, the way of storage, transport. Described and evaluated will be parameters such as functional characteristics of the final product, features complementary to basic, reliability, practicality, conformity with standards (standards concerning packaging, quality of packaging, biodegradable packaging, act of 11.05.2001 on packaging and packaging waste), product durability, aesthetics. The experimental procedure used in the research will be spot score of qualitative characteristics of the different type of raw materials such as: GD (recycled cardboard), GC1 (coated cardboard with white bottom), GC2 (coated cardboard with cream bottom). In the work, printing processes of the printing refinement such as varnishing, hot stamping, cold stamping, embossing, die-cutting, folding and gluing will also be indicated in order to characterize the most important attribute of packaging, packaging design form, packaging functions, classification of packaging regarding to the criteria which are necessary to examine quality parameters. The conclusion of the research will be the comparison of significant quality parameters on different types of refined packages on different raw material used for production. © VBRI Press.

Keywords

Solid board, packaging, quality parameters

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