Packaging Templates is a comprehensive publication and its primary purpose is to provide solutions to the widest
range of packaging needs possible. This consummately practical guide presents in one volume a range of packaging templates capable of meeting the requirements of virtually any commercial or retail use. From basic presentation boxes to window display items, carriers and display stands, no potential application is left out. And, of course, Packaging
Templates offers much more than a simple range of design ideas and technical templates. It is a book of encyclopedic
proportions that also provides information on international standards of packaging, a lexicon of terms and expressions,
an up to the minute survey of locking techniques, and an overview of basic pack structures. It is an invaluable
sourcebook that will appeal to everyone from novice designers to packaging experts. Includes a CD-ROM with scalable templates
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