This 6 Corner Beers White Full Top tray is mainly for bakeries and donuts shops. There’s a variation on this basic style includes conventional Beers corners at the front of the base tray and front cover. The six corner Beers tray is glued by the converter and shipped flat to the customer. It is typically setup and loaded by hand.
Monthly Archives: July 2012
Look at the carton box template above, the standard reverse tuck has the manufacturer’s joint in the right rear corner. The top closure tucks from the rear to the front, and the bottom closure tucks from the front to the rear. The closure panels on top and bottom swing in opposite directions, with the bottom folding in the rear and the top folding in front. This carton can be assembled either manually or by automation. With a friction lock closure on top and a slit lock tuck closure on bottom, as shown here, the carton is easy to open and close, while remaining unlikely to open inadvertently at its base.
Look at the carton box template above, compare to other tuck style box templates, it has a window, it mainly used to display products such as toys, electronic products, foods etc., so it has a vivid name Skippy box template.