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Expendable In-The-Box Install
Hi I’m Tim VanRavenswaay with ITB Packaging. Today I would like to share with you how to make this (holds up In The Box) with this (holds up divider) and this (holds up box).
So, when you are going to install one of our dividers into the box there are two pieces of information that you need to know.
- First of all you need to know the ID of the box that you are going to install into; the length and the width.
- You also need to know the ID of the divider that you are going to put into the box.
In our case it is pretty simple. We have a job order that tells us what the container or box ID is, and we have a form that tells us what the divider ID is. So, once I know what that is, in this case I have a divider that is one cell by fifteen, I know that the fifteen-cell side of the divider is the short side of the divider.
So, once I know that I can look at it and see that there is a line on the divider. That line is going to always be in the same place on the divider. Once I’ve confirmed that that’s the short side the line is on, it will always be there.
So, then I just need to measure my box and know that I have a short side and a long side, and I need to align the line accordingly. So, in this case this is the short side of the box, this is the short side of the divider I want to make sure its towards the short side of the box.
Once I’ve got that confirmed I’m just going to put two glue beads about an inch from the bottom crease and an inch from the top. Place the divider on the top, make certain that I’m above the crease. Place a glue bead about an inch form the bottom and an inch from the top. I’m going to pull the tab over, put glue on the tab, fold the other flap over.
Now what we’re recommending is that when you go to put this down and move onto the next box that you flip it over so that you’ve got the open side of the box closed down. You’ll continue to stack these.
Do that again, just a simple glue bead about an inch from the bottom crease, glue bead about an inch from the top. Divider goes on top. Glue bead an inch form the bottom, glue bead an inch from the top, fold the tab over, glue the tab, fold it over, and flip the box over.
Now the one thing that I want to recommend is that if you walk away from this station for any amount of time that you do place a weight on top of the boxes that you just freshly glued. If you are going to continue to build them the weight of the boxes will be enough weight to make sure that it’s glued.
And that’s all you have to do to install our In-The-Box dividers.