These boxes are among the most used and demanded boxes in the luxury packaging industry. Rigid boxes differ from other boxes in several important ways. In particular material thickness, experience with opening/closing, and manufacturing methods. Typically, these boxes are four to five times thicker than traditional folded boxes and have many more options to open than corrugated boxes. In addition, the decorations are printed on paper, which is then wrapped around the exterior chipboard. This paper can be used on the outside and inside of the box to give brands a greater opportunity to display the most important messages and images on the packing.
Their role in luxury Packaging:
Gid boxes also offer a structural advantage over other types of custom product packaging. This is why they are so common in cosmetics, consumer electronics, wine and spirits, and many other luxury industries. Who need a higher quality product covering a solution? The rigid box consists of two main components: the main chipboard component which acts as the main structural component of the box and the wrapping which closes the box which serves as the site of fire messages. After the dimensions of the box have been determined, a large piece of gray cardboard is cut and then chopped to create the 3D structure or skeleton of the box. Under the chipboard cutout, several small punched holes have been made so that magnets can be added to the box to accommodate the magnetic closures in the box. The addition of a magnetic closure is a common feature of luxury packing, which makes the wrapping even more luxurious. While adding a level of security to the box.
Purpose of these Boxes:
These boxes, also known as configuration boxes. These boxes are four times wider than cardboard boxes, which makes them strong. Products often associated with rigid boxes are either delicate or considered luxurious. The purpose of a custom hard box is to provide additional protection for the product through the sturdy material used in the production of these boxes. PCBs also offer advanced printing techniques which give your product a charismatic look.
Likewise, the finishing touches, embellishments, and optional decorations such as ribbons, magnets, threads, and gold and silver leaf are all ways to give your product a luxurious look. While remaining protected from all types of damage. These boxes are used for luxury packaging because it provides durability and gives an elegant look to the product and the brand. The boxes are mainly used as gift wrapping and presentation boxes to increase sales.
A major advantage of the rigid box is the large housing of luxury items it can withstand, such as magnetic closures, embossing and embossing, point varnish, foil printing, and other printing techniques. first-class impression. Like most things in the packing industry, these styles are constantly evolving and changing to meet the growing demands of consumers and brands. Generally, these boxes can be divided into two categories: telescopic and articulated. Both have their own subcategories.
Rigid Box TELESCOPES:
The sliding rigid box is characterized by the interaction between the cover and the bottom. The lid encloses the box itself and is a separate piece from the bottom, an example of this is often seen in boxes of chocolate. Sometimes the seal between the lid and the box is placed close to each other to provide a vacuum effect often associated with luxury wrapping and specialty packaging. The best-known example is the iPhone box. Other variations of the telescopic box include the partially telescopic box, classic shoebox, neck, and shoulders, and tray and cover. The most striking of these variations in the neck and shoulder box. Like many of these fields, the name suggests the shape of this box.
A part of the box protrudes from the chipboard inside the rigid box, this is the neck part. This gives the hard box bottom and lid a sleek look that is often desired by many in the luxury packaging. In some cases, however, the neck is very long to create a fracture between the lid and the bottom. Where the neck becomes visible. This is done mainly for aesthetic reasons, the neck itself can be dyed, which adds an additional design element to the box.
Hinged LID Boxes:
While we’ve talked about telescopic covers, it’s time to talk about the other family of covers often associated with hard cases, the hinged cover. The lid is, as the name suggests, attached to the box itself. There are lids with unfinished hinges, but most are suitable for the following styles. Cigar Box, a classic style that is the simplest version of the black hinges. It is characterized by a single bird resting on one of the sides of the longest part of the box. A current variation of the cigarette box is the style books cigarette box. This box is almost identical to the cigar box. but has a book look when closed.
Differences between Folding Cartons and hard Boxes:
Although both products are used for packaging. There are differences between the two, which are described below:
Hard boxes and folding cartons are in cartons. But the carton used to make the rigid boxes are four times the size of the carton. Pleated boxes can be pleated and can still be mounted on the box. while hard boxes are sturdy and therefore cannot be pleated and mounted like a box. Folding box printing techniques are used directly. Although for hard boxes another material must be attached to the box for printing. Pleated boxes are well marketed and can therefore be manufactured quickly compared to hard boxes. Dies used on folding cartons are preferred over dies used in other cartons.