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REGULAR SLOTTED CARTONS (RSC)
Regular slotted boxes are in more general use than any other style because they are most economical to manufacture and use and are adapted to the shipment of most commodities.
All of the flaps of a regular slotted container are the same length and the lengthwise (normally outer) flaps meet at the center of the box. The space between the inner flaps varies depending upon the relation of the length to the width of the box.
TOP AND BOTTOM (T&B)
This box style is made from 2 pieces – one body blank and one lid blank. Both corrugated pieces are shipped flat and can be assembled using stitches, staples, or adhesive to adhere the corners.
FIVE PANEL FOLDER (FPF)
This style of box is illutrated both open and as closed with paper sealing tape.
When assembled, this box has several thicknesses of fibreboard in each end. This provides considerable strength and makes the five panel folder an excellent container for the shipment of articles such as canes, rods, shade rollers, light fixtures, umbrellas, etc.
HALF SLOTTED CARTON (HSC)
Body section is slotted box with one set of flaps only. Top section is same style or in design style.
FULL OVERLAP SLOTTED CARTON (FOL)
When this style box is stacked on its side panel, the extra thicknesses of corrugated board on the top and bottom panel provide added stacking strength. The outer flaps which completely overlap make this box unusually resistant to rough handling.
When stacked on its bottom panel, the extra board in the top and bottom provides added cushioning.
A seven panel container when wraped around formed a L Shape container suitable for packing of chairs and similar shape items.
Similar to FPF when assembled, this box has several thicknesses of fibreboard in each end. This provides considerable strength and makes the container excellent for the shipment of articles such as canes, rods, shade rollers, light fixtures, umbrellas, etc.
Unlike FPF, it does not have full wrap around cover but have flaps meeting at the center of the container.
A corrugated or solid fibreboard sheet or other authorized material used for extra protection or for seperating tiers or layers of articles when packed for shipmen
A cut made with special steel rule dies. The act of making a part or container which is cut and scored to shape by such tools. Also used to denote a board which has been die-cut.