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Live January 2020!

 

Your Product, Your Brand, Your Box!

  • Full ink coverage on E Flute 200 pound test - single wall - subscription boxes

  • New on-line ordering with virtual design, Live January 2020

Full Branding capabilities on several paper substrates

  • Printed White Butcher paper for delis and sit-down restaurants

  • Printed Brown Kraft paper for wrapping

  • Printed Brown and White Chipboard

  • Printed Brown and White Stayflat rigid mailers

  • Printed POP signs, Real Estate and store signage and vinyl wallcovering

  • Custom Floor Stickers for Hard Surfaces

Endless possibilities:

  • Paper foamboard, plastic foamboard
  • PVC foam, plastic corrugated, acrylic, polycarbonate, polystyrene,
  • Honeycomb board
  • aluminum composite panel
  • Wood
  • Glass, ceramic
  • Roll substrates: PVC banner, self- adhesive vinyl, coated paper, polypropylene, polystyrene, polycarbonate, polyester, textile (non porous), canvas

Digitally printing in-house with newest printer - HP Latex R-series 2000 Plus - 98" wide flatbed

Call or email:david@mrboxonline.com

 

Ready for us to customize your cardboard shipping box?

Here's our artwork requirements 

  • Images should be 300 DPI (Dots Per Inch) or higher for best results. Since we print digitally, any imperfection in the image will appear on the item that we're printing on. 
  • Logos or text downloaded from the Internet are generally posted at 72 DPI (typical for web resolution). Unfortunately, we cannot use low resolution artwork. When printed,  the artwork will appear 'jagged'. What we're trying to achieve is smooth, crisp lines. Refer to the designer or artist who designed the artwork. There's a good chance they have an original (or native file) that was prepared at a higher resolution 
  • Convert Your Fonts: There are thousands of different type styles available. We update our fonts files daily, but every so often there's one that is not available to us. To ensure we print the font that you want, please create your 'fonts to outlines'. If using Adobe Illustrator, you will find this underneath 'Type' section of the header bar.
  • Convert Color to CMYK: We're printing 4 color graphics (CMYK) and achieve vibrant color gamut in addition to printing white ink as a separate color. Please convert all RGB to CMYK for best results. 
  • Adding Bleed Lines to your artwork: When printing full ink coverage on our Signature Premium E Flute cardboard boxes, please extend your artwork beyond the die line by 1/4".  
  • Saving your artwork to the right file: For the very best printing results, please submit artwork in the native file (EPS, TIFF, SVG) or PDF. If you choose to save your file as a PDF, it must be saved in high resolution (300 DPI). If you are using Adobe InDesign, Adobe Illustrator or Adobe Photoshop, you must supply us with the linked files (the actual artwork). Doing this will preserve the die line layer in your document.
  • Complex artwork? You should select Object>"Expand the Fill and Paths"
  • Artwork sent via Email: Some files can be huge and will clog the email pipeline. You can also submit the artwork through our Dropbox portal. 
  • Have an idea, but don’t have artwork: There are many on-line design firms, here’s a just a few, Design Crowd, 99Designs, and Fiverr.
  • Do you charge for a printing plate or special tooling? Good news, our printing is done digitally so there's no additional charges beside the cost of the printed box and shipping.
  • RGB vs CMYK:

    RGB (Red, Green, Blue) color model occurs when Red, Green and Blue are added together in various ways to reproduce a broad array of color. If you look real close at television or computer monitor, every image is made of dots of Red, Green, and Blue lights.
    CMYK (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black) Unlike RGB color, which is used in screens and digital display technology, CMYK color was created for printed materials. Where RGB color has three channels for red, green, and blue, CMYK color has four channels for cyan, magenta, yellow, and key (black).  All our printing at MrBoxCustomShop is done CMYK.
  • Our Printing processes 

    • Unlike many of our competitors, we do not print with any UV coatings.
    • We print with water-based Latex inks. Latex inks deliver outstanding image quality, consistency and durability. Fine lines print without the fuzziness that tend to appear when UV inks are used. A more clean, readable, smoother and odorless experience with MrBox Custom Print shop 
    • Best of all, Latex inks are odorless and there are no off gases from Solvent and UV coatings 
    • Our HP Latex inks are UL ECOLOGO ®/UL GREENGUARD GOLD Certified and ECO PASSPORT certified, prints meet AgBB criteria.
    • Can I ship unwrapped food inside your box? We wouldn't recommend that anything that is pershible to be shipped unwrapped. Even though our inks are solvent-free, it would be good practice to wrap all products for safe transport.

    About us

    MRBOXCustomShop is a division of our 42 year old packaging company, A&M Tape & Packaging is based in South Florida. With our vast knowledge of packaging, our team is ready for a packaging challenge. Have something that's a bit challenging? Send it our way. If we can't make it happen, we'll recommend a packaging partner that will get the job done. That's our way of paying it forward and giving thanks to the thousands of loyal customers who have relied on our expertise for over 4 decades.

    FAQ:Do you provide templates to your Die cut and Regular Shipping boxes?

         Yes. Simply download our template(s) and apply your own design using Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop or CorelDRAW.

What kind of cardboard do you print on?        

Cardboard Box Materials: We offer 2 different finishes in our die cuts (matte and a mottle white) and 3 in our standard shipping boxes (Kraft (brown), Mottle White or Kemi (shiny finish)

Brown or White cardboard. What looks better?

That's the 64,000 question! In any marketing program, you have decide if you want a white canvas with a colors that will pop or a brown background that projects a more natural feel. 

Since we print a full color gamut with our digital printing, a white background is perfect backdrop to promote your product. 

Printing on a brown background has some limitations due to the dark background. From our experience black ink looks best against a black background. Certain shades of purples, green and process blue will also print very nicely on our brown board. If you can, please avoid reds, yellow and orange. They will appear muted against a brown background. We can print a solid a gorgeous white ink on brown cardboard. Please call us for details.

 

 
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