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Tuck Top Autobottom (TTAB)

A longitudinal seam box with a lid that tucks into the top and a base that has an autobottom.
Also known as
Crash Lock Bottom
Tuck top

Tucks in behind the front panel when closed.

Dust flaps

Keep dust from entering the box, and adds a layer to the unboxing.

Pre-glued autobottom

Panels lock in place when box is opened for faster fulfillment. These pre-glued panels add cost because of the specialty gluing.

Why use a tuck top autobottom?

Used for both folding cartons and corrugated, a Tuck Top Autobottom is the fastest to set up in fulfillment and does not require any tape.

Slightly faster to assemble than the Tuck Top Snap Lock Bottom (TTSLB).

Design details


Friction tuck top

A tuck top that uses friction to stay closed.

Slit lock top

A tuck top with small slits cut on either side of the crease which locks it in place.

Unituck slit lock top

A tuck top with tapered corners and small slits cut on either side of the crease to lock the top closed.


Interlocking, pre-glued panels that allow a box to be assembled quickly, without tape.

Thumb notch

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

Catalog lock

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

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.


FEFCO 0713
ECMA A60.20.00.03
ArtiosCAD 152.01
Tuck top on 4th
ArtiosCAD 152.02
Tuck top on 4th
ArtiosCAD 152.03
Tuck top on 4th panel
ArtiosCAD 152.04
Tuck top on 2nd
ArtiosCAD 152.05
Tuck top on 2nd
ArtiosCAD 152.06
Tuck top on 2nd panel
ArtiosCAD 170.01
ArtiosCAD 171.01