Regular Slotted Container (RSC) is the most common box style. All flaps have the same length from score to edge. Normally the major flaps meet at the center while the minor flaps did not. The Blank RSC Box is for a regular slotted container that shows a score line, slots, and manufacturer’s joint.
The manufacturer’s joint, usually bond with adhesive, but may also be taped or stitched. The box was shipped flat or knocked down to the packager who set up the box, fills and closes it for shipment. To close the box it can be taped, adhesive, staples and etc.
The size of a box can be measured for either internal (for product fit) or external (for handling machinery or palletizing) dimensions. Boxes are usually specified and ordered by the internal dimensions.