What types of packing boxes are there?

Packaging cartons made of paper products can be widely used for packaging various items. Correspondingly, there are various types of cartons with different specifications, sizes, and types. Carton, color box, color box, and other kinds of packaging. Next, let’s take a look at the different structures and sizes of various cartons.

Cartons with different structures

1. Counter box: It is the simplest and the most used one. Our common cigarette packaging boxes belong to this category and are very easy to use.

2. Cover box: Generally, it is more inclined to be used in the packaging of high-end commodities or gift boxes. Birthday gifts are generally packaged in a more ornate cover box, which is more ceremonial.

3. Window type: The outstanding feature of this type is that it can directly display the contents of the package, which is convenient for people to observe the internal items.

4. Display Type: As the name implies, the packaging box that can be displayed in the exhibition can also be called the POP packaging box. This category has two forms: with cover and without cover. It is often used to display goods, so as to play the role of publicity and introduction.

5. Closed type: The closed type box has all-around airtightness, and it will not leak when used to package liquids. The safe and stable performance makes it more common in the packaging of supermarket beverages.

6. Allogeneic box: The allogeneic box is more inclined to the design of diverse shapes, taking into account both practicality and artistry. Often used for wrapping gifts, it can show a certain uniqueness.

7. Portable: The portable packaging box is naturally easy to carry, it is also called a portable packaging box. This type of packaging box generally has a carrying handle that is easy to carry, which is very practical. We often see this type of packaging when we buy cakes.

Carton size marking

1. Manufacturing size. That is, the size used in the processing and manufacturing of the carton is generally marked on the expanded drawing, which is represented by the symbol X, and the cartons and cartons of the right-angled hexahedron are represented by L*W*D.

2. Inner size. That is, the size of the internal space that the carton can accommodate after being folded and formed.

3. External dimensions. That is after the carton opposite the inner size is folded and formed, the size of the maximum space obtained outside. The outer dimension includes the space occupied by the box itself and is generally used to calculate the overall space occupied during transportation.

When you choose a packaging carton, you can choose the appropriate type and size according to your own needs, and comprehensively consider your own needs.

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