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Foam Packaging Equipment
- Packaging equipment, packaging supplies and machinery. Tripack is a packaging company providing packaging, machinery, supplies and equipment UK-wide.
- A thick preparation containing many small bubbles
- a mass of small bubbles formed in or on a liquid; "the beer had a thick head of foam"
- a lightweight material in cellular form; made by introducing gas bubbles during manufacture
- become bubbly or frothy or foaming; "The boiling soup was frothing"; "The river was foaming"; "Sparkling water"
- A mass of small bubbles formed on or in liquid, typically by agitation or fermentation
- A similar mass formed from saliva or sweat
Sealed Air Products - Sealed Air - Instapak Quick RT Packaging Bags, 18 x 24, 30 Bags/Carton - Sold As 1 Carton - Innovative two-part foam packaging. - No equipment required. - Convenient Instapak Quick system. - Eliminates messy loose fill. -
Sealed Air - Instapak Quick RT Packaging Bags, 18 x 24, 30 Bags/Carton - Sold As 1 Carton
Innovative, contemporary two-part foam packaging system is easily expanded to conform to most any shape for packing and shipping. No equipment required to turn flat bag into product-conforming protector; just apply pressure to bag to activate chemical expansion and in seconds, bag molds itself into a custom-fit foam cushion. Convenient, Instapak Quick requires substantially less storage space than traditional packing systems. This pioneering foam-in-place product delivers more damage-free shipments to recipients and puts an end to messy, loose fill dilemmas. Length: 24 in; Width: 18 in; Thickness: N/A; Material(s): Polyurethane Foam.
Innovative two-part foam packaging.
No equipment required.
Convenient Instapak Quick system.
Eliminates messy loose fill.
Gaetano Pesce an original designer.
Gaetano Pesce's work as a designer began in 1962 in Padua, where he designed furniture for C&B Italia, Cassina, Bernini, Venini.
He became famous in '69 when he designed the Up series of soft, anthropomorphic chairs made of polyurethane foam, compressed and packaged in PVC: once the packaging was removed the chairs seem literally to come to life and model themselves freely.
The Up series is composed of seven models of various dimensions and forms. The most celebrated of them, which became a true icon, represents a full motherly womb and recalls the votive statues to the ancient fertility goddesses. The most unusual is a great foot, almost an archeological fragment of the modern era.
These creations were revisited in a modern key by C&B in 2000, series Up 2000, precisely to recall the powerful impact made by their break with the past when they first appeared, contributing to the growth and development of Italian style in the world. The Up 2000 series, moreover, by its use of new materials and elasticized fabrics, enabled the original models to retain their visual impact unaltered in time, up-to-date and in the avantgarde.
Already in these early works Pesce formulated the idea, which he continues to follow today, of the diversified industrial series, in which each object is similar to yet different from all the others. Materials like polyurethane foam and polyester resin do not require expensive industrial equipment ("freedom of material") and they make it possible to turn out small runs of objects different from one another though made of the same materials. "We're different, and also objects have to be different and have a personality: be unique, have a mood, have a character".
His creations include: Golgotha Suite (1972-1973) with the table in form of a coffin and the chairs conceived as shrouds; Sit Down chairs and sofa (1975, Cassina); the Tramonto di New York sofa (1980, Cassina); the Pratt project (1983, financed by the Pratt Institute of New York) for a series of new chairs; the Airport lamp (1986), which can assume different positions; I Feltri (1987, Cassina), chairs padded with different amounts of polyester to obtain varying degrees of elasticity.
For De Padova he has created chairs and lamps in colored resin, unique in their kind: the Crosby chair and Cloud lamp.
He has also produced numerous architectural works: the Hubin House in Paris (1986), the Organic Building in Osaka (1990), the Gallery Mourmans at Knokke-le-Zoute in Belgium (1994), the Schumann Home in New York (1994), the offices of the TWBA/Chiat/Day advertising agency (1994), and the glass elements of the Palais des Beaux Arts in Lille (1996).
WIP scratchbuilt Necron Pylon primed and dusted
Current materials rundown:
1 5 gallon pickle bucket lid (all the main bits are made from the ENTIRE lid, sans rubber seal).
1 empty Remington rifle cartridge packaging rack
1 kitchy Christmas singing animal LP (vinyl Album)
1/4 can Great Stuff Expanding Foam
4 low-melt Hot Glue sticks
1/5 can black primer
1/12 can white primer
Scale Railroad Ballast and gravel
Dremel with various bits
horse riding safety equipment
used heavy equipment trailers
old recording equipment
napa lifting equipment
catering equipment sheffield
beginner kitesurfing equipment
shop equipment second hand