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Texture boxes are usually made from Kraft and bux board, the most flexible materials for texturing. They have a nice, textured look on their own and give a pleasant feeling while touching. These boxes do not require high printing as the texture is enough to make them look unique. However, you can modify these boxes to fit the product they hold perfectly. Moreover, you can have them in any shape and size according to the individual requirement of your product. Custom Boxes USA utilizes high-end printing and finishing technique to give the textured surface a more eye-catching look.

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Dimension L + W <= 20 inch; H <= 26 inch
Quantities 100 - 500,000
Paper Stock 12pt up to 24pt White cardstock, 18pt up to 24pt SBS, 18pt up to 24pt Kraft cardstock, Corrugated stock.
Colors Plain White/ Brown Kraft, CMYK, PMS, Special Colors(Metallic Silver, Metallic Gold),
Finishing Gloss AQ (Default),Gloss UV, Matt UV
File Upload Die-line and design in separate layers

PMS swatch noted if applicable
Proof Digital Proof (press-ready file) confirmed by customer.
Turnaround 8-10 business days to print and ship, after the final approval(FREE Shipping)
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Creating textured colored boxes typically involves using specialty paper or cardstock that has a textured finish. You can choose from various textured materials like linen, felt, embossed, or other textured cardstock. Cut and fold the cardstock into the desired box shape, and secure the edges using adhesive. Decorate as needed.

Printing on textured boxes can be more challenging than printing on smooth surfaces. It's recommended to use printing methods like screen printing, letterpress, or digital printing with specialized equipment that can accommodate textured surfaces. The ink or toner needs to adhere well to the texture, so testing is crucial.

Printing on textured window boxes follows a similar process as printing regular textured boxes. However, you need to pay attention to the window area, ensuring the texture doesn't interfere with visibility. Consider using a smoother material for the window or applying the textured finish only around the window.

Cream cheese packaging often features a textured surface to provide a premium and upscale feel. Additionally, the texture might serve functional purposes, like providing a better grip when handling the packages.

Smooth: a completely flat and even surface. Rough: surface with irregularities and coarse textures Bumpy: Surface with small, raised areas Grainy: Surface with fine particles or granules Fibrous: surface with visible fibers or threads

A textured business card refers to a business card that has a tactile texture on its surface. This can include finishes like embossed, debossed, letterpress, linen, or other specialized textures. The texture adds a unique and memorable element to the business card.

Textured finishes on Pokémon cards can enhance their appearance and collectability. These finishes, such as holographic or embossed patterns, make the cards visually appealing.

Printing on textured cardstock can be done, but it's important to use printing methods that accommodate textured surfaces, such as digital printing with specialized settings or offset printing.

Textured paper can come in various forms, such as linen, felt, canvas, laid, embossed, and more. These papers have unique tactile qualities that add depth and interest to printed materials.

The weight of card stock is often measured in points (pt). A 14-pt card stock is approximately 0.014 inches thick, or about 300 GSM (grams per square meter) in terms of weight.

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