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Boxe in lined cardboard
Lining
Printing techniques: embossed printing, hot foil stamping
Die-cutting
Band

Fedrigoni papers

Tintoretto Ceylon Curry 140,350 gsm

Materica Verdigris 120,360 gsm

Boxes in lined cardboard

Stiff boxes are used for durable packaging, especially to hold deluxe products or particular sectors, such as footwear. These boxes are not very suitable for automatic packaging as they have slower production times. However, they ensure effective protection for delicate or fragile products and help to highlight the value of articles.

 

Recommended grammage from 500 gsm to 700 gsm

Embossed printing on band in Materica Verdigris paper 360 gsm
Lining

Lining papers must have grammages between 100 and 160 grams, ensure high tearing strength, good opacity (to prevent see-through of the underlying material) and the capacity to absorb the bonding agent without allowing the glue to pass through. If a coated paper is used, it is advisable that it only be coated on one side (single-side coated). One of the most suitable papers for lining boxes is Imitlin.

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Lining in Tintoretto Ceylon Curry paper 140 gsm
Embossed printing on lining in Materica Verdigris paper 120 gsm
Printing and specialty printing

Offset printing is one of the most common techniques used to achieve optimum quality for images and text. The name of the product is often highlighted with printing techniques such as embossed printing and hot foil stamping. The latter is generally used to obtain very realistic metallic colours that are very difficult to achieve with other printing techniques. If the board or paper chosen for a package has dark or bright colours, screen printing allows the application of covering inks that can be highlighted against the background.

Cutting and creasing

The most common method of processing in the packaging sector is die-cutting: not only it is essential, together with creasing, for cutting and folding paperboard and card cases, it also creates windows that display the contents of the package. Die-cutting is used to make holes with simple outlines, while laser cutting ensures greater precision in the final result, as well as the creation of more elaborate shapes and patterns.

 

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Hot foil stamping on Tintoretto Ceylon Curry paper 350 gsm
Die-cutter on Tintoretto Ceylon Curry paper 350 gsm

PAPER PLAY WITH ETRO PROFUMI

by ETRO SPA – Italy
Fedrigoni Top Award 2019 / Third place

 

Set of boxes for perfumes, handbag vaporizers and scented candles made by combining intensely coloured paper with Etro fabrics. An elegant and delightful dialogue between two similar materials put forward once again to astonish and enhance the brand’s prestige.

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PAPER PLAY WITH ETRO PROFUMI

by ETRO SPA – Italy

Fedrigoni Top Award 2019

Third place

 

Set of boxes for perfumes, handbag vaporizers and scented candles made by combining intensely coloured paper with Etro fabrics. An elegant and delightful dialogue between two similar materials put forward once again to astonish and enhance the brand’s prestige.

Features

Boxe in lined cardboard
Lining
Printing techniques: embossed printing, hot foil stamping
Die-cutting
Band

 

Fedrigoni papers

Tintoretto Ceylon Curry 140,350 gsm

Materica Verdigris 120,360 gsm

Further details

Embossed printing on band in Materica Verdigris paper 360 gsm

Lining in Tintoretto Ceylon Curry paper 140 gsm

Embossed printing on lining in Materica Verdigris paper 120 gsm

Die-cutter on Tintoretto Ceylon Curry paper 350 gsm

Hot foil stamping on Tintoretto Ceylon Curry paper 350 gsm

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Lining

Lining papers must have grammages between 100 and 160 grams, ensure high tearing strength, good opacity (to prevent see-through of the underlying material) and the capacity to absorb the bonding agent without allowing the glue to pass through. If a coated paper is used, it is advisable that it only be coated on one side (single-side coated). One of the most suitable papers for lining boxes is Imitlin.

Scopri le carte speciali Fedrigoni: Imitlin

 

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Boxes in lined cardboard
Stiff boxes are used for durable packaging, especially to hold deluxe products or particular sectors, such as footwear. These boxes are not very suitable for automatic packaging as they have slower production times. However, they ensure effective protection for delicate or fragile products and help to highlight the value of articles.

 

Recommended grammage from 500 gsm to 700 gsm

Printing and specialty printing

Offset printing is one of the most common techniques used to achieve optimum quality for images and text. The name of the product is often highlighted with printing techniques such as embossed printing and hot foil stamping. The latter is generally used to obtain very realistic metallic colours that are very difficult to achieve with other printing techniques. If the board or paper chosen for a package has dark or bright colours, screen printing allows the application of covering inks that can be highlighted against the background.

Cutting and creasing

The most common method of processing in the packaging sector is die-cutting: not only it is essential, together with creasing, for cutting and folding paperboard and card cases, it also creates windows that display the contents of the package. Die-cutting is used to make holes with simple outlines, while laser cutting ensures greater precision in the final result, as well as the creation of more elaborate shapes and patterns.

 

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