The function of a snap fastener used on packaging is to provide a secure and easy-to-use closure for the packaging. A snap fastener, also known as a press stud or popper, consists of two components: a male stud and a female socket. When pressed together, they create a secure and durable closure for the packaging. Snap fasteners are commonly used in packaging for products that require a more robust and reliable closure, such as bags, purses, or wallets. They can also be used to attach additional items to the packaging, such as product information cards or promotional materials. Additionally, snap fasteners can be customized to match the branding or design of the packaging, adding an extra element of personalization.
Snap fasteners can be used in a wide variety of packaging types, including bags, purses, file folders, documents, soft pouches, and other types of soft packaging. They can also be used in packaging for products that require a more secure and durable closure, such as electronics, tools, or hardware. Snap fasteners can be made from a variety of materials, including plastic, metal, depending on the desired look and function of the packaging. The type of packaging chosen will depend on the specific needs and preferences of the product and its target audience.