Cushioning materials within custom cases have an important job. They keep everything within the case contained and organized, and offer a level of protection more rigid material can’t. It’s important to ensure the cushioning material in your custom case gives your cargo a snug and secure fit. To make sure that happens you need the right system with the right foam, cut to fit your needs.
The first step is to decide which system is right for your needs. Do you need a single lid case, or a double entry rack mount case? Does your work require systems integration? Different applications call for different systems, and a technician can help you find the right one for your needs.
The next step is to figure out what kind of foam is right for your case. Polyurethane, polyether, polyethylene, expanded polystyrene, filter foam and anti-static foam are all used in custom cases. If you don’t know much, or anything, about foam that’s ok. An engineer can walk you through the different attributes of each kind of cushioning material and help you choose the right one.
How It’s Cut
Cushioning material for custom cases needs to be cut with precision. Water-jet foam-cutting machines are used to ensure the foam is cut to the exact specifications of the order, and the material is not damaged. A water-jet foam-cutting machine allows custom case technicians to utilize CAD design software for every job.
Contact Advanced Packaging Inc. for your Casing Needs!
We have extensive experience making custom cases and we know that cases need to be rugged and reliable. Not only are the majority of our cases watertight, but they also can be fitted with custom foam interiors to make sure that any cargo gets safely from point A to point B without getting shuffled around and breaking. We have watertight cases for weapons, electronic integrations, medical supplies and more. API is also equipped with the latest in quality assurance and process control monitoring technology, including drop testing, protecting your electronic equipment from unforeseen accidents and events. Our team of craftsmen regularly build and then test a variety complex electronic assemblies.
If you have any questions, please contact Advanced Packaging Inc. by calling 1-888-206-5250 or visit our website today!