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Economy Tuck Top

An economy, tray-style box with a lid that tucks into the top.
Also known as
Econo TT
Lift tab

A small cut out for easier opening.

Economy base

The sides are connected to a panel that swings in and adds an extra layer to the bottom of the box.

Roll ends

The sides of the box have a second layer of material folded over for extra strength

Tuck top

Tucks in behind the front panel when closed.

Thumb notch

Makes the box easy to open, especially when paired with the lift tab on the lid.

Dust flaps can be added to the lid

How deep the dust flap goes into the box depends on the size and location of the roll end side tabs.

Why use a economy tuck top?

When the height (or depth) of your box is more than half the width (H>0.5×W), the dieline of this box is more compact and wastes less material than a standard Roll End Tuck Front (RETT) with the same dimensions.

The Economy Tuck Top only requires a strip of tape or a label to keep the lid closed in shipping. Add a thumb notch to help customers open this box with ease.

Design details


Tuck top lid

A hinged lid that closes on the top of a box, with or without dust flaps.

Economy roll end base

A roll-end base that can use up to 30% less material than the standard roll-end base.

Dust flaps

Flaps that block dust from entering a box.

Catalog lock

A tab that inserts into a slit to hold a box closed.

Thumb notch

A notch cut out of a panel that helps with easy access or opening.

Lift tab

A tab cut on the corner of a box lid that helps with easy opening.

Tear strip

A perforated strip that can be pulled to help with easy opening.

Adhesive strip

A strip of double-sided tape used to seal a package in fulfillment or for return shipping.


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