Corrugated Reverse Tuck End

Key Features: 

  • Closure panels on top and bottom are attached to opposing body panels on this style of custom corrugated packaging.
  • Common and versatile all-purpose corrugated packaging solution.
  • Typical for more light-weight items that need custom corrugated box packaging .
  • Top of the line custom printing and custom sizing on all corrugated packaging boxes.
  • Option: Window patching, cut out, locks, and more.
Price on Request

All of PakFactory boxes are fully customizable in size and design

The reverse tuck end corrugated box, also known as RTE, is a very common and versatile style of corrugated box that has many uses. The bottom folds in front, while the top folds in the back. The reverse tuck end corrugated box can either be assembled manually, or by automation,L and both options are very quick and easy with the reverse tuck end. The top showcases a friction lock closure, while the bottom showcases a slut lock tuck slure. This ensures that your corrugated reverse tuck end box is extremely easy to open and close. This style of box is very unlikely to accidentally open in the base. This is a reliable box style that will hold up to most product weights.

The reverse tuck end corrugated box is ideal for a large variety of industries. Example include, but are not limited to, beauty products, personal products, electronic products, media products, and more. Opting for a corrugated reverse tuck end box will give you more freedom of use with heavier and bulkier items, because the corrugated cardboard gives you more protection against damage. Your product can be inserted into the bos from both the top or the bottom, at your discretion.

There are many additional resources and customization options that can be added to the corrugated reverse tuck end box. For example, you can add: window patching, cut outs, specialized locks, and more. Combine any of these with your graphic and logo to create a one of a kind mock up, built perfectly down to every last detail.

How to Measure Dimensions of a corrugated Box

How to Measure Dimensions of a Box

The industry standard measurement refers to the internal dimensions of the box. The internal dimensions play a crucial role in ensuring the products will fit into the corrugated box seamlessly. To avoid ill fitting packaging, please keep in mind that any measurements requested or provided relate to the internal dimensions.

Length: The longest opening dimension
Width: The shorter opening dimension
Depth (Height): The side perpendicular to the length and width.

Artwork Preparation Guide

If your artwork files do not meet our specifications, PakFactory is not responsible for any printing errors that can arise as a result. Read our Digital Corrugated Artwork Preparation Guide on how to prepare your files for submission or Contact Us to have a packaging specialist help!

Image of a custom dieline template to showcase the different lines on a dieline
Dieline Cut Label

Cut Line (Black Lines):

Indicates the cut at its final size. Important artwork and text should be placed at least 0.125 inches inside of the cut line.

Dieline Crease Label

Crease Line (Red Lines):

Indicates where the product is to be folded.

Dieline Bleed Label

Bleed Line (Green Lines):

Indicates where the bleed line is located. Any artwork which goes to the cut line should be extended to the bleed line to get a seamless print.

Dieline Safety Label

Safety Margin(Dotted Green Lines):

Indicates where artwork and text should safely be placed inside. As an industry standard, all artwork should at least be placed 0.125 inches away from the cut line unless your design is intentional.

Dieline Perforation Label

Perforation (Dotted Black Lines):

Perforation line refers to paper that is punched with very small holes to allow the paper to be torn and folded easily.

Please do not change the dimensions and orientation of our dieline templates as this may ultimately delay your orders. Our dielines have been specifically calibrated to be compatible with our production systems.

Choose Your Product

Browse our curated library of custom boxes, packaging, and other custom printed products and put together a list of products that would work for your project. Remember to bookmark your favorite products or add them to your Add to Quote Cart along with all your dimensions and custom options to keep track of what you are interested in. Once you have made your choices, you can send in your quote request to get started with your packaging journey. Alternatively, if you are looking for something that you can't find in our library, you can visit our Request a Quote page and send in a custom quotation.


Request a Quote

Once you have sent your quote request through our Add to Quote Cart or Request a Quote page with all your product specifications, our product specialists will get started on preparing your quote. Simple quotes can be ready and sent back to you in as little as 1-2 business days. For more complicated projects that require custom structural or material sourcing may take longer. Your dedicated product specialist will reach out to you to keep you connected throughout the entire packaging process.


Place Your Order

Once you have received your quotation from our product specialist, please review it to make sure all details for your quotation are correct. For additional questions regarding your quotation, you can always speak with your product specialist for more information. When you are satisfied with your quotation and are ready to proceed, pay using our secure payment portal, which our product specialists will provide. Once your order is placed, our structural designers will promptly prepare your custom dielines!


Get Your Custom Dielines

Once your order has been placed, a dieline or artwork template file will be required for your artwork placement. For simple dielines, our structural designers can prepare your file within 1-2 business days. However, more complicated structures will require additional time and may require a design fee. Most of our custom dieline files contain structural information which allows us to prepare a 3D digital mockup of your packaging once you have placed your artwork onto the file. This allows you to preview your packaging prior to mass production to make necessary changes or corrections.


Prepare Your Artwork Designs

Get your creative juices going because you are now ready to start designing your artwork on our custom dielines. Be sure to follow the artwork guidelines on our General Artwork Guide to mitigate any issues when going into mass production. When your artwork is completed, upload your updated file to your product specialist. Our specialized artwork designers will proof your artwork and prepare a 3D digital mockup of your packaging for you to confirm before starting the production of your order.


Begin Production

Once you have approved everything, the mass production of your packaging will begin! Throughout this stage, our product specialists will keep you connected with updates of manufacturing and shipping!