These 1-2-3-bottom boxes are often referred to by other names, such as snap lock boxes. This is because they offer higher security than tuck end or tuck boxes. These boxes require more time than auto-bottom ones, but their extra security makes them ideal to use with many products. These 1-2-3 boxes’ bottom flaps lock to secure the box.
To give the bottom more strength, you can also add tabs. An extended top flap can be held securely in place by locking it. You can secure the top flap with shore locks or a friction fit. Also known as snap lock boxes, 1-2-3 bottom boxes can be found in the following categories: These can take longer to assemble, but they are more secure than tuck ends boxes. To seal the bottom flaps, they are interlocked. Optionally, an additional flap can increase strength at the bottom.