Create your custom die-cut

Create your custom die-cut template

Choose your preferred box type, customize the sizes and the material, download your dieline in just a few clicks. More than 400 billions of sizes combinations available!

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Create your custom die-cut template

Choose your preferred box type, customize the sizes and the material, download your dieline in just a few clicks. More than 400 billions of sizes combinations available!

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Create your custom die-cut

Generate your dieline


Choose the box type, customize the sizes within a 1200x1700mm printing sheet and enter the paper thickness you need (from 0,2 to 0,8 mm). Packly will automatically generate your die-cut template, without any software installation.

Die-cut template with a bounding box larger than 700x1000mm or paper thickness different from the ones available on Packly can’t be printed at the moment.

Download professional die-cut templates


Create and download professional, highly accurate dielines. You can download the vector dielines while creating the box in PDF format ready to be imported into your vector graphics software (Packly recommends Adobe Illustrator ®). For any further information about creating your artwork please visit the How to page.

Choose your favourite purchase option


Start creating your packaging by choosing the subscription plan that best fits your needs ( Basic, Professional, Business), or our on demand option. We will give you the Basic plan for free!

Depending on the subscription plan or credit pack purchased you will get a specific number of die-cut templates downloads and 2D-3D mockups generations customized with your own artwork.

Digital services will be available during the subscription period. Credits are valid for use anytime, within a year from the last purchase. Any remaining service will be discarded at the end of these periods.

Box printing

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with your artwork
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