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What is a custom two-piece rigid box?
Custom two-piece rigid boxes, also known as lid off boxes, come with a base and a separate lid. These boxes can be produced in custom sizes and can also have sections or inserts as needed.
What is a shoulder rigid box?
Shoulder rigid boxes, also known as neck rigid boxes, are sturdier than regular two-piece boxes. The additional strength comes from a shoulder glued to the sides of the base. The shoulder holds the top lid in a such a way that the lid sits completely flush with the sides on the base. The addition of the shoulder is not only an elegant design feature but also doubles the wall thickness and thus makes the shoulder rigid boxes sturdier.
Can sleeves be produced for two-piece rigid boxes?
Yes, custom branded sleeves can be produced for branded two-piece rigid boxes. Cardstocks such as coated, textured, and natural brown kraft cards are available in several thickness options. The sleeves can be printed to match the design and colour scheme of the rigid boxes.
Can two-piece rigid box have foiled logos?
Yes, two-piece rigid boxes, like any other type of rigid boxes, can have foil stamping on them. This can be in the form of foiled logo or any other part of the design.
Attractive Add-ons for Two-Piece Telescopic Rigid Boxes
A two-piece telescopic rigid box is ideal for impressing customers with a high-end, luxurious packaging solution. It is typically made from cardboard or plastic and consists of two pieces that fit together to form a single box. The box is then covered with printed paper or leather wrap to look professional. A telescopic mechanism connects the two pieces. This type of box is perfect for displaying and protecting products, as it is strong and durable. It also adds a sophisticated touch to any product, making it stand out from the competition.
Several attractive add-ons can be included in two-piece rigid boxes to enhance their appearance and functionality:
Many luxury materials are used to enhance the overall appearance of two-piece rigid boxes. Some commonly used luxury materials are: