RFC STYLE-332: Even more new packaging types
2014-08-18 15:53:42 GMT
SnapPack - The classic 8cm CD packaging. A plastic frame with a cardboard outer cover (sometimes with an additional plastic outer shell), designed so it can fold ("snap") in half. Sometimes mistakenly called "snap case."
Library case - A box designed to hold a VHS tape. Usually made of hard plastic but some (usually tapes containing feature films) were made of vinyl with padding inside. May or may not have hubs inside to hold the tape spools in place. While this packaging was mainly used for VHS, smaller versions were sometimes used for audio cassettes.
Image without hubs: http://ep.yimg.com/ay/ldb-cdpackaging/clear-vhs-library-case-video-case-full-sleeve-no-hub-psv14-100-pcs-9.gif
Image with hubs: http://ep.yimg.com/ay/ldb-cdpackaging/100-pcs-vhs-library-case-with-hub-clear-full-sleeve-psv14hub-3.gif
Image of compact cassette-size case: http://auctions.c.yimg.jp/img339.auctions.yahoo.co.jp/users/0/4/8/5/teruakiteru_60-img553x600-1376211776swzxs741319.jpg
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