Lock Cap 123 bottom boxes are a popular choice for those who need to secure their product and they’re easy enough that most consumers can assemble them without an issue. However, they lack strength at the corners which makes them vulnerable if any force were applied from above or below – not ideal in these uncertain times! The snap-lock design offers better security by interlinking its panels with each other so nothing will give way easily when you least expect it; plus there is always another flap option available as well if one doesn’t do enough work on securing your shipment.
Lock Cap 123 bottom boxes are also known as snap lock boxes. These sturdy containers close with the use of snaps, making them an excellent choice if you need your products to stay secure but still be accessible at all times! The flaps on each side interlock together for extra security; there is even more protection available by adding one additional flap below it – this will ensure that nothing can get through from underneath or above when closed properly (not without some serious breaking).
Snap Lock Boxes are boxes with a bottom that can be interlocked together, like 3D puzzle pieces. These types of packaging invoke an exciting sense of memory for some people and are seen as innovative by others because it creates safe storage while remaining cost-effective on top of being environmentally friendly!
The company Snap Lock Packaging has recently come up with their new product: The “SNAPLOCK” – A package which locks itself securely shut using patented technology meaning no one will ever need scissors or knives again when shipping items such as fragile items (such as glassware) worldwide; It also allows retailers more flexibility in terms if stacking inventory since there’s less risk they’ll fall over during transport.
The durability and strength of these boxes are greater in comparison to a tuck bottom but they are less strong than an auto-locked bottom. The manufacturing cost that comes on snap lockers is cheaper, while still providing full support for your merchandise with extended top flaps that are securely tucked into place when folded up compactly away from view during shipping or storage!
After getting the artwork approved, it takes 5-7 business days for producing the box and further 5-7 business days for the shipment to be conveyed. While in the case of corrugated boxes and folding cartons the turnaround time is between 15-22 business days which include 10-15 business days for the production of boxes and 5-7 business days for the shipping to reach your doorstep. When talking about rigid boxes the production time is increased to 25-30 business days and so is the shipping time from 25-35 business days.
Once the job is sent for production after the approval of artwork the production time for corrugated boxes and folding cartons is 8-10 business days whereas shipping requires 5-7 business days. In case of rigid boxes, the expedited turnaround time varies as per the quantities and will be quoted accordingly.
If your graphic files do not meet our specifications, Blue Box Packaging will not be charged for any resulting typographical errors. Read our artwork preparation to prepare your files for submission, or contact us for help from a packaging specialist!
Displays the section in its final size and where the box should be folded.. Important graphics and text should be placed at least 0.125 inches from the cut line.
Indicates where the drain section is located. All graphics that run up to the cut line should be extended to the cut line for a transparent print.
Specifies where to safely place illustrations and text. As an industry standard, all graphics should be placed at least 0.125 inches from the cut line unless your design is intended.
The perforation line refers to paper punched with very small holes to make it easier to tear and fold the paper.