ideas plz

If i have a piece of flat anything, and i want to fold it so it makes good packing material in three dimensions, what's the best way to do that?

'Cause here I am with all this flat stuff and all these packages to ship.

Oops, I left out something important. How strong is the tendency of the flat things to revert to to their original shape? If it was plastic, you couldn't get it to stay very well. Let's say it has the property of regular white office paper. Unless you'd prefer tinfoil or something else. We have to assume though, obviously, that the folds we create will tend to stay there.


At Sunday, March 25, 2007, Blogger hank. said...

I don't know what you mean here. What consistency is the plastic? Is it like a garbage bag? A photo maybe? If it were 'flat', the easiest way would be to make a double layered cube which wouldn't be difficult.

At Sunday, March 25, 2007, Anonymous robinkisser said...

I would think crumpling it into balls would be the promised land.


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