Rand-Whitney has several testing labs to evaluate material characteristics and shipping performance. Ring crush, STIFI, Mullen, Porosity, and slide angle paper characteristics are part of our containerboard testing at our Montville, Conn. facility. Edge crush, pin adhesion, flat crush, and basis weight are ways corrugated boards are methodically inspected at our Worcester, Mass. plant.
In addition, we have an ISTA Lab to evaluate packaging performance in various shipping environments. A mechanical random vibration table, incline impact tester and drop tester are part of additional processes we undergo to ultimately ensure customer satisfaction.
Our talented and award winning design team masters the iterative process of applying engineering mechanics and past experience to create a functional, economic, and most importantly, safe structure. Using analytical techniques and conforming to design specifications our design engineers work with you to create an optimal solution. Post design Rand-Whitney uses its several testing labs to evaluate the product.
Rand-Whitney is an innovator in desktop graphics. Our dedicated graphics center is equipped with design workstations for both structural and conceptual graphics. We employ powerful CAD system such as AUTO-CAD, SOLIDWORKS, ARTIOS-CAD and SCORE. Our many sample-cutting plotters produce die-cut quality samples exact to specification.
Since we also manufacture and print on corrugated, we know what design works best. Using the latest 3-D technology, we can show you what your product will look like before you commit to print.
Internalized prepress enables customer support as required from graphic design though final production-ready print plates. Depending on our customers' graphic workflow we interact directly with customers' creative and/or marketing staffs or designated agencies. The quality of our print plate process will maximize print results.
Our design team can also scan rough sketches with clean logos. By filling out a Printing Plate Quote/Order Sheet, existing cartons can also be followed for graphical design.