Die-cut custom foam inserts. It's not a phrase most of us use everyday. Or really ever, if I'm being honest. But foam plays a big role in manufacturing and packaging, bigger than most consumers and organizations might realize. When you are looking for the best bet to keep your product safe, foam is one of your best options. 

Sure, there are other options out there, like using a thermoformed mold or tray to ensure packaging consistency and safety. And sometimes, it's the right option for the job (depending on what you're up to). But if we're talking bang for your buck, let's talk about custom foam options.

Filling Your Box with Custom Foam Inserts

By this point, you might be asking yourself: what's so great about custom foam inserts?

Here's our response: 

Foam is malleable and shock-absorbent. It's also a good thermal insulator, meaning that no matter how your product is transported, it won't experience wide temperature changes that might affect its quality. There are many different types of foam that might work well based on your product, budget, and other factors. Sunrise can help you make the right choice for your needs.

To Foam or Not To Foam

Ultimately, the object being packaged plays the biggest role in foam-choosing process. Products that are valuable, fragile, made from glass or other potentially breakable material are good candidates for some kind of custom foam insert. Liquids and foods might have some legal  requirements as well that need to be met. 

Most importantly, working with a packaging provider whom you trust is key to understanding foam options. At Sunrise, we have literal decades of experience packaging a wide variety of products for a wide variety of industries. So we feel confident in saying that we can guide you--and your products--safely through this design process. Contact us when you're ready to start!