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4 Reasons To Create Custom Blow Molded Cases

Custom Blow Molded Carrying Cases For Equipment
A blow molded case is a lightweight plastic, and protects medical products, fragile instruments, OEM applications, and audio and visual equipment. The interior is customized foam, and organizes, protects, and presents the product.

Custom case orders for any amount of pieces are attractively priced with Western Case, tolerate low and high temperatures, are nearly unbreakable, rustproof, resist chemicals, scratch resistant, and dent-proof. They are available for carrying, display, storage and shipping cases. A blow molding process is used to create these cases.

Custom Blow Molded Equipment Cases
The Customization

Blow molded cases are made with a double wall construction. The in-house design team provides assistance with designs and complete customization. The case is guided from concept, to production, to completion for the highest quality product. A custom interior mold and stock mold have a much lower cost than a new tool. These cases are offered in numerous colors, and stamp decorations for the lid are available.

The Uses

These cases are used for sample kits, industrial equipment, sales kits, medical equipment, tools, and audio and visual equipment.

The Benefits

The cases are lightweight, rugged, offer design options, and foam interiors. An order of 500 pieces offers logos, and over fifty stock sizes are available with a low charge for set-up.

The Process

Blow molding is accomplished with machines. The plastic is melted, then formed into a preform or tube. The blow molded case is available in a variety of shapes, and the outside is often rectangular. The extrusion blow molding type of process for blow molding are used by Western Case, and the results are in high quality.

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The Case for Hard Custom Carrying Cases Vs Soft for Rifles

Worker Manufacturing Custom Carrying CasesRifle cases come in two types, hard and soft cases. Deciding on the right one will depend entirely on factors such as the person’s needs and tastes.

Hard Cases

Hard cases, as the name suggests, are tough in nature. This is because they will have a hardened shell of plastic as their main material. Naturally, these types of cases will give the rifle maximum protection. They will also prevent the rifle from rough handling, either from people, or from the natural movement of transportation. However, they will be heavier compared to other types. When traveling long distances, it is usually better to take a hard case. In fact, TSA requires travelers to transport their rifles in a hard case.

Soft Cases

Soft cases are made with cloth-like material, meaning they will be lighter and easier to carry around. As an added bonus, soft cases are quieter when carried. This may not seem important in normal day-to-day activities, but for a hunter who is tracking something like a water fowl, this is important to prevent from making too much sound. When using a soft case, look for one that is waterproof.

Safety Issues

Whichever case is used it is a good idea to get one that can be locked. Both soft and hard cases come with this feature. What many people do when traveling with their rifle, is to take both hard as well as soft cases with them. This way when they go for the actual hunt they will use a soft case.

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