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Plastic is a versatile material that ranges in strength, resistance, density and flexibility. Industrial designers use plastic to create strong, insulating, chemical-resistant custom carrying cases. Read Moreā€¦

Plastic Cases Other kinds of carrying cases may be manufactured from aluminum, steel or wood; however, plastic is one of the most durable materials used in carrying cases. Since the durability of the carrying case often depends on the material from which the case is made, plastic carrying cases are very popular and widely used.
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Uxbridge, MA  |  888-883-0107

For all your custom cases needs, look no further than your Boston-based cases company. We offer the highest quality and the most affordable prices in the industry! Our goal is to make sure you have quality products that will last as long as you need them. We are a leader in both stock production and customized designs. Give us a call or visit our website to learn more!

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New World Case, Inc. $$$

Santa Maria, CA  |  805-928-8840

With complete custom case responsibility from the design to the end product, Princeton Case West serves as comprehensive custom case manufacturers. Custom cases are built to customer specifications for the perfect solution to unique storage needs. Princeton Case West offers full custom carrying case capabilities, including custom aluminum cases, allowing them to custom-build a wide range of cases.

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Princeton Case West $$$

Chicago, IL  |  773-585-1164

Over the years we have manufactured custom cases for just about any application. We will adhere to your exact specifications and our staff is very flexible to work on your time table. We can repair, fasten or reinforce any case that you may need worked on. It is our goal to exceed your expectations. For hassle-free custom cases turn to Custom Case Company, Inc.

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Custom Case Company, Inc. $$$

Woodbridge, CT  |  203-397-1338

PFC's 40 years of experience makes us the leader in blow-molded carrying cases. Our portfolio of stock and semi-custom packaging allows customers to deliver superior products quickly to the market. Medical, Tool, Instrumentation and Automotive are among the many industries we serve.

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The Plastic Forming Company, Inc. $$$

Robbinsville, NJ  |  800-456-7963

Ameripack is a leading manufacturer and distributor of carrying cases, Rack Mount and Rotational molded cases. Ameripack can fulfill custom foam inserts, panel mount applications, and since 1989 we have provided our customers with Cases that fit their applications. Over 300 sizes; 6,000 cases in stock!

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Ameripack Corporation $$$
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The most common kinds of plastic used for these cases are high density polyethylene (HDPE), fiberglass reinforced polyester (FRP), carbon fiber, rotationally molded polyethylene or linear low density polyethylene (LLDPE). Plastic cases can be found in a variety of sizes and colors. They can be used to present and protect products, including fragile optical, measuring and medical instruments. This type of case is particularly useful in safeguarding delicate or sensitive items, such as medical, electronic and computer equipment.

The fabrication methods used to product plastic cases have a direct impact on the case's performance. Blow molding and rotational molding are two kinds of molding processes used to create plastic cases. Blow molding is the procedure whereby a hollow container, tank or case is created from a smaller model shape under pressure.

Plastic resins such as polyethylene and polypropylene are commonly used in the molding process. Rotational molding, or rotomolding, is the process of rotating a mold while the plastic resin is being shaped into its final form. Plastic cases may also be formed through injection molding where hot plastic is poured into a mold cavity and left until cool. FRP plastics have fibers that must be woven, knit, braided or stitched together before they are bonded to the matrix, a tough plastic surface.

Together the two materials form a very strong and stiff substance that is then molded through heat or compression into shape during composite molding. Wet molding is similar except that the matrix is reinforced with fibers while also being molded into a form. Some cases have metal frames for extra strength while under pressure. These frames are typically constructed of extruded aluminum that is welded together and mounted inside the tool case to provide support and structure.

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