Die-cut boxes are created with a special type of “cutter” that allows for a specific pattern with holes to be cut out of a flat sheet. There are different reasons for the holes, for example allowing for ventilation or having a shape other than a plain square box.
Single, double, or tri-wall refers to the amount of corrugated walls a box has. A tri-wall box is much stronger than a single-wall box and is most likely to be used for heavy duty products.
RSC (Regular Slotted Carton) · AFTM (All Flaps To Meet) · FOLF (Fully Over-Lapping Flaps) This is the “normal” type of square or rectangular box. It is often used when people are moving house.