CD / DVD Multi-Disc Slipcase Box Set Packaging
Why add a slipcase to your cd or dvd project?
No matter what product we are making for you, we can easily create a slipcase for it. Single unit slipcases help present a title and give it value (not to mention the fun you can have with effects!). Slipcases for multidisc units serve to bundle them together into one box set, proviiding a single, wide spine for titling.
There are basically three types of slipcase:
Full, Side-Loading Slipcases—These are what we normally think about when we think "box set." The full slipcase has one long spine, which is usually a tuck-in flap, and the packaging slides in from the side.
Side-Loading Tube—These are great for dressing up a thinner package, such as a single tray traypak, which has a spine of about a quaarter inch.
Top-Loading Tube—These are popular with both types of standard DVD packaging (traypak and amaray), although amaray cases probably see more top loading slipcases, since the amaray spine has to be read through the vinyl of the case itself.
Movie Box Sets — 7 1/2 inch high Slipcase Sets
Music Box Sets — 5 inch height Slipcase Sets
Well, now let's skip over 8-track and cassette tape, and jump right to records. They were (and still are!) round, and came in square packages. CDs are round, and if they're for music, they're usally put into square (ok, squarish!) packages.
Extras — Lined Slipcases, Diecut Windows
For a really deluxe feel, you can make the slipcase walls double thick, with full printing on the inside.
You can add custom touches, like diecut windows that reveal artwork on the packaging inside (for lined slipcases, you can put special art onm the inside if the slipcase that only shows when you take the package OUT of the slipcase.
With Every Project
Templates are created and sent out when an order is officially placed and the job is set up. Custom Dies take us a little longer.
Disc Manufacturing & Packaging
Disc replication projects include CD or DVD glass master manufacturing, full color disc printing, packaging, assembly, and shipping. Projects do not have overrun charges. Printed packaging is generally full color/cmyk unless special pantone inks are being used.
Test Disc & Color Matchprint — Proofing starts with pdf softproofs and progresses to hardcopy proofsets with a glass mastered test disc and color matchprint.
Additional options: Unprinted Mockups and Press Proofs. Be sure to check out our proofing process page!
MINIMUM QTY ORDER IS 300 / 500 UNITS
If you need a small quantity order of packaging only, you might check out our Surplus Unprinted Packaging Page