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The paper box is a three-dimensional shape, which is composed of a polyhedron formed by moving, stacking, folding, and surrounding several surfaces. The faces in the three-dimensional composition play the role of dividing the space in the space. If the faces in different parts are cut, rotated, and folded, the obtained faces have different emotional expressions. The composition relationship of the carton display surface should pay attention to the connection relationship between the display surface, the side, the top and the bottom, and the setting of the packaging information elements. To a large extent, carton packaging promotes and beautifies commodities with its exquisite shape and decoration, and improves the competitiveness of commodities. Since the shape and structure design of the carton are often determined by the shape characteristics of the packaged goods, there are many styles and types, such as rectangle, square, polygon, special-shaped carton, cylinder, etc., but the manufacturing process is basically The same, that is, select material - design icon - manufacture template - stamping - join into box. The raw material is pulp, generally corrugated paper, which is mostly used to hold items and can be recycled. Paper product packaging is the most used type of packaging industrial products. Cartons are the most important form of transportation packaging, and cartons are widely used as sales packaging for various products such as food, medicine, and electronics. With the changes in transportation methods and sales methods, the styles of cartons and cartons are becoming more and more diverse. Almost every new type of non-standard cartons is accompanied by a set of automated equipment, and the novel cartons themselves have also become In view of the means of commodity promotion, Anbao Group believes that in the future, carton packaging will develop in the direction of environmental protection and economy, and there will be more innovative forms displayed in front of us.
A decorative box is a form of packaging that is generally more than just functional, but also intended to be decorative and artistic. Many such boxes are used for promotional packaging, both commercially and privately. Historical objects are usually called caskets if larger than a few inches in more than one dimension, with only smaller ones called boxes. Traditionally gift boxes used for promotional and seasonal gifts are made from sturdy paperboard or corrugated fiberboard. These boxes normally consist of a base and detachable lid and are made by using a die cutting process to cut the board. The box is then covered with decorative paper. Gift boxes can be dressed with other gift packaging material, such as decorative ribbons and gift tissue paper. The most common type of decorative box is the feminine work box. It is usually fitted with a tray divided into many small compartments for needles, reels of silk and cotton, and other necessaries for stitchery. The date of its origin is unclear, but 17th-century examples exist, covered with silk and adorned with beads and embroidery. No lady would have been without her work box in the 18th century. In the second half of that century, elaborate pains were taken to make these boxes dainty and elegant. Boxes are divided according to packaging materials: paper gift boxes, plastic gift boxes, metal gift boxes, bamboo and wood packaging, glass containers and composite materials, etc.