You only have a few seconds to capture someone’s attention and convince them to make a purchase. Custom 3D renderings and dielines are a huge step on the road from concept to reality.

Custom 3D Rendering
Have you ever wondered how some products look absolutely flawless? Chances are, you were actually looking at the handiwork of custom 3D rendering. This technique renders flat artwork into a virtual space where it is then manipulated and improved upon. You will not have to worry about the lighting, setting, or any other factors getting in the way of achieving that perfect shot. Custom 3D rendering gives you a more realistic look, and it is a great way to get your product past the concept phase and into development.

People are much more likely to support an idea if they have a clear picture of it, which is why this technique is commonly used during presentations. No matter the industry, render packaging is used for a variety of different products.

Engineered Packaging Dielines
During the design phase, you will need a prototype to see what works best for your specific product needs. What may seem like a great idea on paper may not actually work in real life. That is why, it is important to take a little extra time and develop the right type of structure. With engineered dieline packaging, you will get a template that outlines the layout of your finished package, including where to cut, crease, perforate, and glue. You can see for yourself exactly how it is going to work and if it will fold properly before sending it to production.

Packaging dieline printing is also the perfect opportunity to make sure that the patterns and designs line up accordingly and nothing is out of place. Since you only have one chance to make a good first impression, dieline packaging is extremely beneficial for new products. From a basic pizza box to an intricate monthly subscription box and everything in between, dieline packaging is used in virtually every industry.

To learn more about Virtual Packaging’s 3D rendering and dieline services and discuss your packaging needs, contact us today.