Corrugated boxes are widely used for packaging a variety of goods in different industries. Fragile and precision goods like glass, electronics, precision instruments, etc. require special protection within the outer corrugated packaging. A conventional packaging process involves several steps, including box assembly through folding, stapling, or taping, adding appropriate cushioning to prevent movement, and sealing the box for shipment. Packaging delicate goods can be complex and material-intensive. This disclosure describes techniques and materials that simplify the packaging of fragile and precision goods, such as electronic components, using a single die-cut corrugated sheet with a tuck-and-hold interlocking mechanism. The techniques streamline the packaging process and reduce material consumption. The techniques are also suitable for box-in-box packaging and scalable for different sizes.

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