Wrapping Bags

With a lower production quantity, lithography is commonly used for printing. Additional post-printing processes can be added to the printed surface, such as foil stamping and spot UV coating, to create enhanced effects.

Customers have the freedom to choose cardstock paper, such as kraft paper (120-230g), coated paper (150-300g), or other specialty papers. As for the handles of the bags, materials like cotton rope, twine, or ribbon can be used, with the handles being manually attached to the bags.

Using automatic bag-making machines for shaping, the paperweight is limited to approximately 80g-180g. The minimum order quantity starts at 10,000 units.

These cost-effective paper bags utilize roll-to-roll printing, with a minimum order quantity of about 100,000, featuring the thinnest paperweight. They are commonly used for high-consumption department store bags and bread bags. The printing is done using relief printing, so the designs are often simple vector patterns, with single-color printing being the most prevalent. The handles are typically flat paper ropes, and the bag opening is either serrated or flat, with no fold-back option.
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