A self-locking RSC box, also known as an auto-locking RSC box, is a type of cardboard box that does not require tape or other external fasteners to close. These boxes have specially designed flaps on the top and bottom that interlock when folded, providing a secure closure without the need for additional adhesive.
The self-locking feature of these boxes makes them convenient for packaging and shipping products, as they can be quickly and easily assembled without the need for extra tape or tools. They also provide a secure closure that helps protect the contents of the box during transport and storage.
Overall, self-locking RSC boxes are a popular choice for a wide range of applications, including e-commerce, retail, and industrial packaging.
Self-locking options, vent holes, and handle holes are available depending on customer requirements.
The main advantage of RSC packaging is that it doesn’t require tooling establishment set-up costs.
Custom logos and graphics can be applied to promote the business.
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.