Archive for July, 2016

Custom Case Terminology

Thursday, July 28th, 2016
Custom Case

Reading up on getting a custom case? Here’s some lingo you should know.

Trying to buy a custom case for your industry needs but confused by some of the terminology? PSI Cases wants buying a custom case to be as easy as it possibly can. We’ve identified some industry terms that we believe might be confusing and defined them here for you. Making a custom case shouldn’t be hard–we want you to get the case you need, for whatever application that you may have.


4 Reasons Aluminum Cases Are So Great

Thursday, July 21st, 2016
Aluminum Cases

Here are our four benefits to using an aluminum custom case.

There are plenty of materials one can use for cases, but one of our favorites is aluminum. Aluminum is an incredibly common metal and its abundance is one reason it began to be used in making custom cases. It’s also just a sturdy metal that can take a good bit of damage.


The Basics of Foam

Thursday, July 14th, 2016

Custom foam inserts can be a great addition to a case–but what is foam?

Foam, as we’ve mentioned before, is a great way to protect your valuables in a custom case. It cushions any kinds of blows or damage that could happen during transit, and can be made to custom fit whatever equipment you may be carrying. It does lead some people to wonder–how is foam made? What does the process look like? We at Packaging Strategies Incorporated want you to know exactly what’s going into your case, and that’s why we’ve written up some basics of foam.


Considering Custom Case Cooling

Thursday, July 7th, 2016
Custom Case Cooling

Using a custom case with good cooling is a great way to protect your equipment.

Designing the right custom case can be complicated, especially if your product is very sensitive to changes in temperature or humidity. The right custom case should keep your product at the right temperature, without shifting or movement, for however long the duration of your trip is. Custom case cooling is a great way to keep contents from being damaged in transit in humid or hot environments. What custom case cooling options are available on the market today?