The DPac is already standard packaging today. The glued-in plastic trays are available in black, white and clear. In the picture on the left you can see a die-cut slot for a booklet.
Multi Page DPac
The DPacs may of course also contain several pages. On the various pages CD trays can be applied or booklets are inserted and glued. The DPac shown has a sleeve in which a booklet can be inserted in the center.
ProfilePacs are one of the most common cardboard packages without plastic tray. The CD (or a booklet) is simply inserted into the slot. Variants are available for one or multiple discs.
In this packaging also made only of cardboard, the CD is inserted into a pocket. There are many different versions with different page numbers, with openings on different sides and with or without thumb cut.
The 3Pac is an unusual packaging. Instead of a tray made of plastic a number of cardboard layers are glued together, under which the CD can be inserted. These multiple layers make 3Pac particularly strong.
A MediaBook is a hardcover book in CD format with a variable number of pages. The CD in a cardboard wallet is usually included either in the back or front of the book. It is an exquisite packaging for collector editions.
For sets of several CDs a Digiboks is a good solution. Depending on the amount of in cardboard sleeve packed CDs the Digiboks can have different spine widths.