A 4 point glued base is a type of packaging design where cardboard is folded into a box shape and secured by four glue points, one on each corner of the base. The base is formed by folding the side panels of the packaging inwards and then folding the end flaps over the top to create a fully enclosed structure.
The four glue points provide strength and stability to the base, which can be used for a variety of products.
Similar to the benefits of the 4 point glued base offers increased stability, and improved security and is easier to assemble.
Use a ruler or tape measure to determine the Length X Width x Height in millimeters (mm). When providing dimensions it needs to be in the correct order of Length x Width x Height.
Length: The longest opening panel below the opening of the box
Width: The shorter opening panel
Depth (Height): The side perpendicular to the length and width. Height is the only dimension without a flap. Measure the standing side of the box from top to bottom. The height measurement does not include flaps.