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CD lockpack / Packaging

This is an design I made and wanting to design a cardboard CD packaging which hold the CD perfect in place. Because many cardboard CD packaging does not hold the CD correct, allot of them are sleeves which does not hold it actually in place and are very hard to get the CD cause cause it need to be a snug fit so it does not fall out. However the one which does not have a snug fit like the pop-up CD packaging however they need to have extra flaps to close it and the some even uses Velcro to keep it close. Without actually showing you the whole template this design actually uses less materials then the pop up CD packaging and also fit in a booklet while the pop up can not.

However this one is not produced by anyone yet and if you want to have this design and want to buy the template you can contact me about it.


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