Box and lid with fold-over ends and sides, mitred in the corners. It costs more to make up than TP217 but is stronger and neater in appearance. The lid may be full or part depth and can include optional thumbholes. A self-locking box, also known as a self-assembling box or auto-locking box, is a type of packaging box that does not require adhesive or tape to be assembled and secured. These boxes are designed with pre-cut slots, tabs, or flaps that easily interlock with each other to form a sturdy and secure box structure.

Self-locking boxes are convenient and efficient for packing various items as they can be quickly assembled without the need for additional packaging materials. They are commonly used in industries such as e-commerce, retail, food and beverage, and many others where quick and easy packaging solutions are needed.

The design of self-locking boxes may vary depending on the manufacturer and the specific requirements of the product being packaged. Some self-locking boxes may have interlocking tabs on the top and bottom flaps, while others may have a one-piece design that folds into shape without the need for separate pieces.

Overall, self-locking boxes offer a practical and cost-effective packaging solution for businesses looking to streamline their packing process and provide a secure enclosure for their products.

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