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ITP 408 - Midterm Exam II Study Guide
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is thick than B-flute
True or false: Carriers will only accept products for shipments that are packaged in corrugated manufactured from board grades that meet recognized standards.
Its high strength to low weight ratio
The key to the success of corrugated packaging is...
Has five layers of containerboard
The column strength of the corrugated structure
The ECT test measures...
Water-based polymeric materials
Most manufacturer's joints are created with...
Consists of fluted medium with two linerboard facings
Are often used when boxes will be subjected to wet conditions during use
Stitched manufacturer's joints...
Designates the linear feet of medium in one linear foot of corrugated board
The take-up factor...
Is a cornstarch and water mixture
The adhesive used in a typical corrugating operation...
True or false: In a corrugator, heat is required to form good flutes, good bonds, and to dry the paperboard.
The most important property of linerboard that must be controlled on a corrugator is...
Corrugated board warping may occur if the moisture content of the two linerboards differs by more than...
Forms flutes, bonds a liner to the medium, and unwinds two rolls of paper
In a corrugator, what does the single facer do?
...is a machine that forms and prints finished RSCs
Which printing process is typically included in a flexo-folder-gluer?
Blanks from the printer slotter do not have the manufacturer's joint
What is the key difference between a flexo-folder-gluer and a printer slotter?
True or false: Rotary die cuts are less accurate than flatbed die cuts.
True or false: Rotary die cuts are better suited for low volume runs.
True or false: Running speeds of rotary die cuts are substantially slower than those of flatbed die cuts.
Increase bulge resistance
Reducing panel size of a box is a design strategy to...
True or false: The McKee formula for box compression strength can only be used for regular slotted containers.
True or false: The simplified McKee formula for box compression strength relates BCT with ECT and board thickness.
Increase box compression strength
Increasing the numbers of corners in a box is a design strategy to...
True or false: palletizing boxes with overhang will decrease box compression strength.
True or false: In the basic molding process for molded paper pulp, drying takes place between heated matched mold surfaces so high-quality surface finish can be achieved on both sides.
True or false: Molded paper pulp containers can be backyard composted.
Wheat straw, sugarcane bagasse, cornstarch, cellulose
Raw material/s for molded pulp containers include/s...
True or false: According to the manufacturer, PaperFoam ® containers can be backyard composted.
True or false: In pressed paperboard technology, the space between molds is equal to the material's thickness so tooling can only be used with a specific paperboard thickness.
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