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The flute designation calls out the thickness of the overall corrugated board and the flute size. There are a variety of flute sizes available for different applications
For more info see Understanding Corrugated Board Grades.
The RSC is the most common box style, and is a popular choice for shipper boxes. All flaps are the same length, with the long flaps meeting in the middle.
shipper boxes • heavy products
This is an RSC minus a set of flaps on the top or bottom. Two correctly sized HSCs can also be used as a top and bottom telescoping set.
storage boxes • shipper boxes (with cover)
A variation of the RSC, the top & bottom flaps completely overlap to the edge of the box for additional strength and protection. Good for storing or stacking very heavy items.
shipper boxes • very heavy items • long boxes
All of the box flaps are connected and pressing down folds all flaps at once. The bellows box style is easy-folding with a strong closure.
An RSC or FOL that has been flipped to allow for end loading. Corrugation direction can also be changed to maintain strength.
shipper boxes • long items
The bottom flaps are pre-glued and fold together automatically when the box is flipped open. Costs more than other closures, but saves in assembly.
large runs • heavy products
This design creates a sealed container out of a single unglued sheet, excellent for shipping small to large flat items & books.
shipper boxes • books • picture frames
The telescoping tray body and lid is a two-piece box style that can allow for some variation in the depth of the item you are packaging.
shoe boxes • clothing boxes
This design is quick and easy to assemble. When sealed, three of the sides are double thickness. Great for long items.
One of the toughest die-cut mailers around. Great protection for shipping and can be configured with a variety of different closures, flaps, tabs, and locks. How to fold »
electronics • e-commerce
This resealable mailer has many different names and applications. The tabs and flaps (a.k.a.- dust flaps, dog ears or cherry locks) can be changed to suit your needs. How to fold »
e-commerce • subscription boxes
A tray that folds together without the use of tape or adhesive. It is a flexible design with many possible variations.
canned products • product display
This tray is supplied with the corners preglued and folded inside. It can be set up instantly, saving labor and without the need for tape or adhesive.
plants • beverages
This box works when done out of thinner board for small retail items. It can be done as reverse tuck (depicted) or straight tuck.
retail items • lighter products
Also called a snap-lock bottom, this style can carry more weight than a tuck-bottom. The bottom panels fold to lock together, so no tape is needed. How to fold »
retail items • heavier items