When your request comes outside of what is offered as a standard case. Custom cushions, custom hardware options, or custom locations for standard options are examples. Please contact a Cases-Cases packaging specialist to review your application needs.

There are many advantages including cost savings, durability, waste reduction, shipping cost savings, as well as professional looking products.

Rotationally molded, injection molded, fabricated, metal, blow molded, and vacuum formed. All have their own features and benefits.

A custom cushion is needed when you have oddly shaped cavities or higher cushioning requirements. The custom cushion will typically protect your unit to a higher degree. The cushion material will also hold up longer over repeated installations and removals.

Cases-Cases can design a custom cushion for you. We’d need to receive a list of units going in the case as well as dimensions of the units. This can be accomplished by one of our packaging specialists coming out to you to measure or you can send in 3D drawings.

A brief description of the environments the case will see is always helpful.

Once we receive the unit lists and dimensions, we will pick the correct case size and any special requirements. We then will design the cushion interior and send to you for approval.

Once the drawing is approved, we will send you a quote.

You simply place an order with the custom part number we give you.

The typical foams are Polyethylene and Polyurethane. There are various densities that we may pick depending on your application. Other types include anti-static and cross link foams.

We sell many military and government related cases but we have customers in virtually every market. Medical, Airline, Fire, Law Enforcement, Construction, Oil Industry, to name a few.

Yes – they will float. Some of the larger rotationally molded cases would depend on the weight going inside the case to determine its buoyancy.

Yes. There are several sizes that can be carried on a plane. Check with the individual Airline for size restrictions, as they change frequently and for different airports and airlines.

Rotationally molded cases come in many colors, but custom colors are also available.

Injection molded cases come standard in Black and a few other colors, but custom colors are also available for minimum orders.

A standard case comes with the latches and hinges as well as handles. Some cases include edge casters.

Yes. Some of our suppliers have GSA contracts.

You would use a rack mount case when you have a rack mountable unit or if you need to operate the units being packaged and/or have easy access to both the front and back of the units.

There are many options. Please ask your Cases-Cases packaging specialist. A few notables are: casters, shelves, rack slides, storage pouches, and drawers.

Most cases do stack. The rotationally molded cases have molded in male/female ribs that inter-stack. The IM cases have ridges that align.

A Cases-Cases packaging specialist would need to review the requirements but cases will stack as high as needed. The PS will made certain that the loads on the bottom of the case are not too great for the case. If they are, some metal stiffening can be added.

Cases-Cases offers stenciling, metal foil ID plates, foil stamping, vinyl labels, and for very large runs – molded in graphics.

Mil Specs set the operational and environmental standards for the packaging industry. If you can determine the environments your package will see, we can show you prior testing that proves the case will meet your requirements.

Rationally molded case tolerances vary depending on the size. The bigger the case – the higher the variance. IM cases are molded to very tight tolerances. Blow molded cases have higher tolerances for outside dimensions than inside dimensions, and fabricated cases can vary quite a bit based on the choices made for construction. Please contact a Cases Cases packaging specialist to review your application. 

We can do custom cut holes and routed holes set to your specifications. Please contact a Cases-Cases packaging specialist for a quote.

The weight is not limited. Plastic rationally molded cases can hold thousands of pounds. Some wall and lid metal stiffening may be needed in certain applications. Please contact a Cases-Cases packaging specialist to review your application.

Any rotationally molded case or fabricated case can be ordered with a completely removable lid.

Some injection molded cases have the option of a removable lid, but most would need to be custom designed and be quoted as such. Please contact a Cases-Cases packaging specialist to review your application.

Some rotationally molded cases have a low profile base height which allows you to remove the lid and have full access to the units. Rack mount cases are designed to be used with the front and rear lids removed. Some injection molded cases have panel frames or bezel kits that can hold a metal plate with your electronics installed.

Each case type has its own features and benefits but most plastic cases are lightweight and durable. They come with durable latches and hinges and comfortable handles. Please contact your Cases-Cases packaging specialist to take you through the features and benefits of the cases for your specific application.

Each application is unique, but some cases have been dropped from as high as 35 feet and survived. Please contact a Cases-Cases packaging specialist to review your application.

Each plastic handle is rated to hold 150 pounds.

The material is Polyethylene. Medium and low densities are used depending on the case size.

The injection molded cases come in a variety of materials that are custom to the vendor.

Rationally molded cases are rated from -20○ F up to 120○ F. Although they have been tested to greater ranges for certain applications.

Due to the nature of the Polyethylene and Polypropylene materials being chemically inert, very little will degrade the material. That also means that very few materials will adhere to it. There are some 3M adhesives that work well as well as paints and inks. Please contact a Cases-Cases specialist for specific materials as well as procedures to ensure proper assembly.

The list of hazardous or banned substances is continually changing. Please check with a Cases-Cases specialist if you require any material restrictions. Most cases meet ROHS and restrictions on lead, cadmium, mercury, hexavalent, chromium, PBB and PBDE’s.

Rotationally molded cases have the option of being air and water tight with a close loop gasket and pressure relief valve (PRV).

IM cases come standard with the closed gasket and PRV.

Custom colors can be obtained with specific fed standard or pantone numbers. There is a one-time charge for the color match and then recurring charges each time the color is reordered for machine set-up.

Most hardware for rotationally molded cases is replaceable with a drill and rivet gun.

Injection molded cases have field-replaceable latches and handles.

Warranties vary by manufacturer and product line.

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