Top Five Features of Using the Rigid Boxes

Top Five Features of Using the Rigid Boxes

From the past few decades, rigid boxes are used for packaging various products and become a new talk of the town. Specifically, in the USA, the want for these for the packaging of delicate and refined products is crucial. Their everyday use is to pack goods like tablets, mobile phones, etc. What distinguishes custom rigid packaging boxes from others is their durable material used in packing. 

1. Much more long-lasting, both in color and material

The covered box gets its extensive, robust build from rolled sheets or original papers being fixed or covered to a chipboard case. Therefore, its quality is comparable to a cardboard box in terms of visual presentation, but its surfaces are much more definite due to the 1 – 3 mm adhesive chipboard frame.

2. Reflects quality and hence grants an added sense of quality to the goods

A rigid layered box instantly draws consideration. The long-lasting raw material and the somewhat sturdy appearance elicit curiosity and add incredible graphics to suggest elegance.

3. Soft and smooth exterior covers that feel nice to the feel

In rigid boxes, the pressed sheet is layered onto the chipboard. Therefore, in addition to its strength, the package will also have a pleasing image. The sticky layer is added to the sheet precisely, using unique technology. Consequently, after covering, the sides of the box will feel flat and even to the touch.

4. In the packages with magnetic closure, the magnet is not apparent

Magnetic closure that works efficiently and securely can give the boxes royal exclusivity. At the print company, the magnet is embedded and stored in the wall of the chipboard using a magnet embedding machine to remain hidden in the conclusive product.

5. Plain style – no need for complex graphics

Thanks to the layered rigid boxes' somewhat strong presentation, there is no requirement for complex graphics. Quality features can often be accomplished more efficiently with a painted print, stamped or embossed lettering, or logo design.