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Box Makers

A wide variety of box styles can be made at Makkipak, here is a list of the most popular conventional (no tooling required) and die cut (tooling required) styles available.

Conventional Case Styles

0200

0200

Similar to 0201, but flaps at 1 end only. Can be supplied with a glued or stitched join. When inverted it can be used as a “tea-cosy” style case over a pallet.
0201

0201

A conventional regular slotted case. The outer flaps meet, and there will be a gap between the inner flaps if the case is rectangular. If the case is square the inner flap will also meet. Can be supplied with a glued or stitched join.
0203

0203

The outer flaps on both ends fully overlap. This style is useful when the breadth dimension is small. Can be supplied with a glued or stitched join.
0300

0300

Box and Lid with the glue/stitch flaps on the same side. The lid can be full depth or less, as specified. Normally supplied flat for self-assembly but can be supplied assembled if required.
0301

0301

Box and Lid with the glue/stitch flaps on the same side. The lid can be full depth or less, as specified. Normally supplied flat for self-assembly but can be supplied assembled if required.
0320

0320

Telescopic box and lid for use where the length and breadth are constant but where the height varies. See style 0321 in the die-cut section for a die cut alternative.
0409

0409

Commonly called a 5-panel wrap. This style lends itself to packing large flat items, such as panels, printed boards etc. On this style the side panels overlap, but the minimum height we can manufacture without die-cutting is 80mm. See also style 0411.
0411

0411

Commonly called a 5-Panel Wrap and useful for packing large flat items such as wooden panels or printed boards etc. . On this style the join is down the centre of the case so there is no minimum height.

Die Cut Case Styles

These styles are die cut and will require tooling, minimum orders will apply. Tooling costs depend on a size and style of box.

0210

0210

Commonly called an Aeroplane Tuck Carton, where the flaps tuck in on the same side of the carton. Can be made in either corrugated or solid board and printed in up to 6 colours. Normally supplied with a glued join.
0211

0211

Commonly called an Opposite Tuck Carton, because the flaps tuck in on opposite sides. Normally supplied glued. Can be manufactured in corrugated or solid board and printed in up to 6 colours.
0215

0215

This style has a tuck-in top and an envelope-tuck base. The base locks together without glueing or taping. Other variations of top flap arrangements are available.
0217

0217

This style normally has an envelope-tuck base and the lid forms into a useful carry handle. Sometimes used as a pet carrier.
0321

0321

A telescopic box and lid with envelope tuck ends for ease of assembly
0330

0330

A Telescopic Box and Lid with self-locking end panels. This is a very economical style as no glueing is required by the manufacturer.
0401

0401

A simple cruciform pack for books and printed matter. On this style the outer flaps meet and there is a gap between the inner flaps, but other variants are available e.g all flaps meet, or outer flaps overlap etc.
0403

0403

Another variant of the cruciform pack, this time with a rolled buffer on the ends for maximum protection. Another variant of this is Style 0400 (not illustrated) which uses less board.
0421

0421

Self-locking side panels and a tuck-in top make this a popular style for shoes etc. A locking tab can be added if required.
0422 / 0423

0422 / 0423

A die-cut Tray, with self locking end flaps. Also available with the self locking flaps on the long edge (Style 0423) . Both these styles can be used as a Pallet Tray.
0425

0425

This style makes a very rigid pallet tray having a double thickness of board all around the perimeter and 3 thicknesses in the corners. We have a number of standard cutting formes to fit a 1200 x 1000mm pallet
0427

0427

A very popular style, this style is ideal for mail order use. The design locks together at the sides and the tuck in flaps on the front provide a secure closure with minimal taping. A locking tab can be added if required.
0473

0473

Sometimes called a Toleman Wrap this is an ingenious design for packing books. The single piece of board twists through 90 degrees to form a three-dimensional wrap. Additional creases can be added to give a multi-depth pack. Closure is by a locking tab as illustrated or by taping. A self-seal closure can also be incorporated, subject to quantity.
0713

0713

This style has a glued crash-lock bottom with a tuck-in top. A glued crash-lock bottom is self-locking when the case is squared up for packing and is therefore very convenient to use. A range of top flap arrangements are available.