How Does a Piece of Corrugated Board Become a Box?

Once a corrugated sheet is taken off of the corrugator it is ready to be converted into a finished corrugated product. At the end of corrugator, a slitter-scorer trims the corrugated board and cuts it into large sheets called box blanks. The sheets have been slit to the width of the blank, which will be the height of the box, scored across the flutes (along the Machine Direction), and cut to the approximate length of the blank.

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