The bookflap style lid may be printed both sides just by printing one side of the sheet. Tricky to erect and only suitable for certain sizes but the results can be stunning.
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.
Economical to produce as there is no gluing involved – blanks are supplied in the flat. Takes time to erect however and stacking strength is not great. Can be separate box and lid.
Quick to erect. The front flap normally tucks in. An option is to apply peel and seal tape so it may be stuck on the outside if a tamper evident pack is required.
An economical blank which is viable only for large quantities. It is often used for printers ream boxes and ay be produced to collapse flat either ‘infold’ or ‘outfold’
May be referred to as a ‘shirt box’ The lid can be full or part depth. The tray may be used with an acetate lid or with a sleeve to produce a ‘shell and slide’
Very popular postal carton, also known as FEFCO 0427. Excellent when produced in litho laminated board for additional strength.
Economical to produce and strong due to the double thickness sides. May be used as a display carton with a break back display on the lid. Also known as a FEFCO 0429
For when extra graphics are required. Shown here with a recess in the front panel. Also popular is an acetate window and could also come with postal locks.