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Follow the 6 simple steps to build custom branded box as per your requirement.
T-Type Folding Box (One Piece Folder)
The One Piece Folder (OPF) box is an ideal shipper for flat items with shallow depth such as books, albums, and plaques. This style features a single piece of corrugated with a flat bottom, end flaps, and side flaps that fold over and meet to form the top of the box. Quick to assemble, OPFs allow for easy loading and speed packaging during fulfillment. Size restrictions: Minimum dimensions: 4" (L) x 4" (W) x 0.50" (D or H) Maximum depth: 3" (D or H) To proceed with Price click here and enter the Dimensions
Regular Slotted Box (Manual Make)
We will not use any Die to make them , they are made using the simple process of Bending and Cutting. Size Below 5" (12.7 cm) will be asked to go with Die Make Style, Or we will Charge them additionally. Also called shipping boxes, RSB are the most commonly used boxes. They are usually kraft brown in color, have four flaps on the top and bottom and the side walls are sealed at one corner known as the "Manufacturer's Joint." This design is highly functional for most packing applications.
Folding Type box
A one-piece die-cut box that is assembled without any extra effort. Construction includes double-layer protection on the sides and bottom of the box. Available in two popular styles - with a tuck-in top or with a locking cover, also known as a "cherry lock" design. (See illustrations) Mailer-Style Boxes are exceptionally strong and can withstand the most rigorous treatment during shipment.
Regular Slotted Box (Die Make)
Also called shipping boxes, RSB are the most commonly used boxes. They are usually kraft brown in color, have four flaps on the top and bottom and the side walls are sealed at one corner known as the "Manufacturer's Joint." This design is highly functional for most packing applications.
Reverse Tuck Flap Box
Reverse Tuck End Paper box has the tuck flaps on both the top and bottom opening like the Straight Tuck End Paper Box. And either the left panel or right panel is glued inside to build the box. The difference is that the top tuck flap is on the front panel while the bottom tuck flap is on the rear panel.