How do you spec a corrugated box?

How do you spec a corrugated box?

The five most common flute profiles are:

  1. A-Flute: Appx 33 flutes per foot.
  2. B-Flute: Appx 47 flutes per foot and measures 1/8″ thick; often for canned goods.
  3. C-Flute: Appx 39 flutes per foot and measures 5/32″ thick; common for shipping cartons.
  4. E-Flute: Appx 90 flutes per foot and measures 1/16″ thick.

How many types of corrugated boxes are there?

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There are mainly four types of corrugated box, single-phase corrugated box, single wall corrugated box, double-wall corrugated box, triple wall corrugated box. We will have a look at the difference between them and their application in various industries.

What is CS in corrugated box?

The Compression Strength (CS) is derived from the Stacking Load (SL). The Stacking Load is the amount of physical load that a carton is expected to take at any point in its use.

How is BCT calculated?

Box Compression Test (BCT) Strength

  1. Edge Crush Test (ECT) Input. Pounds / Inches.
  2. Corrugated board thickness (h) Input. Inches.
  3. Box length (L) Input. Inches.
  4. Box width (W) Input. Inches.

How do I make packaging?

The packaging design process in 7 steps —

  1. Understand packaging layers.
  2. Choose the right type of packaging.
  3. Line up your printer.
  4. Create your information architecture.
  5. Evaluate a packaging design.
  6. Collect feedback.
  7. Get the right files from your designer.

What is corrugated cardboard made of?

The corrugated medium sheet and the linerboard(s) are made of kraft containerboard, a paperboard material usually over 0.01 inches (0.25 mm) thick. Corrugated fiberboard is sometimes called ‘corrugated cardboard’, although cardboard might be any heavy paper-pulp based board.

How is a box created?

From the paper mill, rolls of kraft paper are transported to a corrugating, or converting, plant. At the plant, layers of kraft paper are crimped and glued to form corrugated cardboard, which is then cut, printed, folded, and glued to make boxes.

What is the thickness of cardboard?

The most common, used in most typical shipping boxes, is ‘A’ flute, which is 3/16″ (4.8mm) thick. The thin cardboard in the Nintendo Labo kits, for example, is E-flute which is 1/16″ (1.6mm) thick.