The Making of our Christmas Box
Hopefully you received a gift from Wrapology this week. We hope you love it and of course wish you a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.
If you are interested, below is the process of how we developed and made the box; from concept to sampling and finally mass production.
Ideas are sketched out on paper. Our designers talk with our structural engineers about materials, format, fitments and print techniques.
Our sampling studio in China makes white samples for testing and provide accurate cutter guides for artworking.
Our designers place the artwork onto the cutter guide ready and a digitally printed sample is produced for approval.
Once the digital sample is approved, the mass production can start
Foil dies are made.
The colour of the foil is chosen and tested on the materials.
The paper is then foil printed
Meanwhile the die cutting plates are manufactured to cut the paper, greyboard, fitment to the correct size ready for hand assembly.
The most critical part of the production...
All the components arrive on the assembly line ready to be glued, folded and finished.
Each worker is trained by our production manager using a small qty of products.
Once the assembly line is set up and running, the boxes are continually QC'd to check for defects before being packed up and sent to U.K for packing off.
The boxes arrive in the U.K and are packed off by our team in London before being sent out to you.