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The top design has four flaps of equal length, with the front and back flaps overlapping completely.
The top design has four flaps of equal length, with the front and back flaps overlapping partially.
This top cover design features small slits on either side to secure the top lid in place.
This type of top cover, also known as slotted or reduced square flaps, consists of four equal length flaps that meet in the middle when closed; this reduces material use and procedure time.
This type of top cover has caps attached to it, which are inserted into slits to create a locking mechanism.
Gable top design utilizes interlocking tabs and slots to form a handle for easy sealing and carrying.
This design features a tap on the cover flap that can be easily inserted into the corresponding slot on the bag body for effortless opening and resealing.
This design features four interlocking flaps on the bottom that create a sturdy box without adhesive.
This design features four pre-glued flaps on a specific turn, allowing a flat shape to easily transform into a locked bottom box.
A tuck bottom design for boxes utilizes friction to securely hold light items and is usually paired with a sticker or label.
This type of box bottom design features slits on both sides of the tuck closure, providing a secure hold for the bottom.
This type of box bottom, also known as slotted or reduced square flaps, has four equal length flaps that meet in the middle when closed, reducing material use and procedure time.
The design features four flaps of equal length, with the front and back flaps completely overlapping.
This design is similar to Auto Lock Bottom, but with two flaps of equal width that overlap to seal.
This box base design features a three-layered side wall which is constructed by rolling over the side panels, resulting in a stronger and more durable structure.
This base design like a plus sign, and it is surrounded by panels that can be folded up and around it.
This design features paired slots and tabs on all four sides, allowing for secure box assembly without the need for adhesive.
The base is like the Roll End Base, but with a different locking mechanism. The formed body tightly pinches the four roll ends, eliminating slots at the bottom.
The double frame tray uses two layers of the frame to create a space between them, providing extra cushioning.
This tray is formed by rolling over side panels that are pinched by two side walls to hold the base in shape.
The tab is an extension of one panel of the box's body, designed to be glued to the adjacent side panel to add strength, particularly for shallow boxes.
This design includes two ear-shaped tabs that insert between roll-end panels to securely lock a box.
Collapsible design that features pre-glued corners for easy assembly and optimal protection.
A perforated strip, often paired with a permanent locking mechanism, that can be easily pulled to open.
A hand hole is a hole in a handle panel for easy packaging handling. It is usually created by die-cutting.
Sometime it is named as tougue lock. It is a locking mechanism that involves matching slots and tabs which can be interlocked to secure a box.
Also known as side flaps, it is used for prevent dust from entering and solidfying the construction
It is a design with locking tabs attached to a cover panel and slots in the front wall that can be interlocked to secure the box.
An extension can be attached to the side walls and interlocked to provide extra support, ensuring the box maintains its shape.
An extension of the front panel of a roll-end base that covers the product partially or fully.
An inner space for printing instructions is made by folding and gluing an extension to the cover lid, providing a single-sided printing alternative.