Archive for April, 2017

What is Medical Grade Foam?

Wednesday, April 26th, 2017
Medical Foam

What is medical foam, and which one should you choose?

If you are selecting the perfect custom case for your medical device, choosing the right interior is crucial. Whenever temperature or pressure sensitive medical equipment, calibrated devices, or electronic equipment are transported in a custom case, it’s important that they don’t slide around or get damaged during transit. Medical grade foam is the best way to ensure that the lives that depend on your medical equipment will benefit from it.


Using Custom Cases for Tradeshows

Friday, April 21st, 2017

Custom cases are the best solution for getting your products to tradeshows.

If you need a way to transport your medical devices, products, or electrical devices to and from tradeshows, custom cases are your best bet. Whether you’re going to be transporting your custom case on a flight with you or shipping it to your tradeshows, you shouldn’t leave things up to chance. Why are custom cases such a great choice for tradeshows?


Custom Cases for Retail Storage

Thursday, April 13th, 2017

Own a retail businesses? Custom cases might help with your storage needs.

Almost all companies buy in bulk- ordering too much of something so they have extras in case something sells surprisingly well or in case something gets damaged in transit-retail stores are no different. Custom cases provide not only security from the elements when storing extra stock but also a specially designed case unique to the product’s needs. Custom cases can be used in the medical industry, to the electronic industry and the benefits of these are incalculable.


Using Custom Cases for A/V Equipment

Thursday, April 6th, 2017
A/V Equipment

A/V equipment is expensive and fragile, so getting your custom case right is imperative.

If you’ve ever talked to a photographer or videographer about their equipment, you know how important and fragile that stuff is. And if you’re a photographer or videographer yourself, then it’s obvious how important protecting your A/V equipment is. If you’re spending $300 just on a lens, you need the protection that only a custom case can provide.