think4D technology was featured in Packaging Digest View the Article
A technology that combines High-Quality, Registered Printing with Thermoforming lets brand owners add tactile interest to blisters, bottles, cartons and more.
Something’s happening in a small Canadian town that’s shaking up the packaging industry. It’s a technology from converter think4D Inc. that merges the visual pop of high-definition flexography with the fingertip appeal of thermoformed details. The touch-friendly technology can be used to create clamshell packaging, plastic folding cartons, plastic rigid cartons, pressure-sensitive labels, sleeves and point-of-sale materials.
Kate Bertrand Connolly, Packaging Digest – Contributing Writer
think4D is on the Cover of Packaging World View the Article
The packaging is a common enough format: a trapped blister that is thermoformed of PET. But it’s no ordinary thermoforming that we’re talking about here. This package is one of the first commercial applications of a patent-protected technology from Canada’s think4D. It combines printing and thermoforming in a way that produces a package having an unusually tactile quality. In fact, it’s as if the little shaving device itself is perched on top of the plastic thermoform.
Pat Reynolds, Packaging World – VP Editor
Innovation from Altona to the World
think4D is featured in the local town newspaper View the Article
Friesens Corporation (the parent company of think4D) has long enjoyed a reputation as an innovative manufacturer of print and book products. But just over five years ago, the company began diversifying its product offering into consumer packaging.
think4D is a unique technology that combines high quality printing with shapes and texture to create product packages that appeal to multiple senses of the potential buyer.
Lori Penner, Red River Valley Echo – Reporter