The packaging research and development of SONY’s wireless headset has also gone through untold hardships. It took more than a year to show up to everyone. The mold and process of this product were developed by Foshan Meiwanbang 2020 of Deluxe Group since
Sony recently released a new type of sustainable paper material-"primary mixed material", which is made of bamboo, sugarcane and post-consumer recycled paper. The materials are clearly traceable and have the characteristics of being strong and easy to color. . This material has recently been mass-produced and applied to the packaging of Sony’s true wireless headset WF-1000XM4, allowing the packaging material to completely abandon the plastic material. The official announcement is a bit tall. Simply put, it uses fiber raw materials mixed with bamboo fiber, sugarcane fiber and recycled recycled printing paper fiber, and uses pulp molding (plant fiber molding) technology to make environmentally friendly and degradable packaging products that cater to Generation Z and other users are concerned about environmental protection and plastic bans.
This seemingly simple product contains a lot of technical difficulties. In the early days, the industry leader YUTO used large trucks to send samples, and then used large trucks to drag back samples that did not meet the standard, and then used large trucks to send samples. The proofing took more than half a year. , The story of almost breaking production with proofing is familiar to everyone. This also confirms the strict requirements of Japanese companies on packaging quality from the side.
The packaging research and development of SONY’s wireless headset has also gone through untold hardships. It took more than a year to show up to everyone. The mold and process of this product were developed by Foshan Meiwanbang 2020 of Deluxe Group since last year, together with customers Need to develop together, and the production equipment uses Di Le FB01 turning machine.
"Native mixed material" is a recyclable, durable and strong paper material that does not use any plastic components. The bamboo in the raw materials is planted in three mountains in Guizhou Province, China. The growth cycle is short. After a reasonable amount of logging is planned, Zhushan can maintain a sustainable production cycle and reduce its impact on nature. And Sony specifically pointed out that this is not the bamboo used by giant pandas as a food source.
Earlier, Sony announced that it would continue to promote the elimination of plastic packaging, use this environmentally friendly packaging on more products, and stop using plastic packaging on newly designed small products by 2025.