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The most popular type of mailer and subscription box is the box due to its durability, ease of assembly, safety, and customisable.
The boxes do not have any dust flaps or ear locks; to close them, the lid is tucked inside.
The box is narrow and sturdy, making them the ideal choice for mailing 3-ring binders or presentation materials.
The box is a type of packaging designed for flat items such as books, presentations, artwork, and similar items.
Thickened box bottoms and self-locking mechanisms ensure secure delivery without adhesive for optimal product integrity.
The box has a catalog locking mechanism involving matching slots and tabs that can be interlocked to secure a box.
The box has a unique secure locking mechanism & is durable during transit.
The box has a lock tab for easy opening and sealing. It's made of corrugated cardboard, has dust flaps, and is customizable.
The mailer box has rollover and ear tab closures on both sides, but no dust flaps. When closed, the cover tucks behind the front side of the box.
This type has convex and concave flaps that interlock to form an extra bottom for maximal protection.
Box with lid & dust flaps, no adhesive needed. Commonly used for pizza boxes.
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Offset printing produces high-quality prints for intricate designs, small fonts, and photorealistic images.
Digital printing applies ink directly to a substrate, without extra tools like plates. It's best for short runs as unit costs don't significantly decrease with larger quantities.
Screen printing transfers ink through a mesh onto a substrate. Multiple screens are used for multi-colored designs.
UV printing uses ultraviolet light to cure ink, resulting in a high-gloss finish. It has no setup costs, making it ideal for short runs.
Water-based ink, or aqueous ink, uses water as its main solvent to carry pigment. It's an eco-friendly option for printing packaging.
Fluorescent inks are perfect for printing vibrant designs on various materials due to their bright and opaque properties.
Pantone is a tool that assists designers in achieving consistent and accurate color printing.