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Case Material:
1/4" Wood With ABS Panel
1/4" Plywood Walls with ABS Panel:

Wood with laminated plywood Description:
ABS plastic is laminated to 1/4" plywood to create the sides of the case. Different color ABS panels can be chosen. Best for occasional shipping.

When to Use:
No more than 130 pounds of gear.

Price:
(least expensive)
3/8" Wood With ABS Panel
3/8" Plywood Walls with ABS Panel:

Wood with laminated plywood Description:
ABS plastic is laminated to 3/8" plywood to create the sides of the case. Different color ABS panels can be chosen. Best for regular shipping.

When to Use:
No more than 250 pounds of gear.

Price:
1/2" Wood With ABS Panel
1/2" Plywood Walls with ABS Panel:

Wood with laminated plywood Description:
ABS plastic is laminated to 1/2" plywood to create the sides of the case. Different color ABS panels can be chosen. Best for heavy duty shipping.

When to Use:
Anything greater than 250 pounds of gear

Price:
1/4" Flight Panel Plastic
1/4" Flight Panel Plastic:

Wood with laminated plywood Description:
1/4" plastic panel is used to create the sides of the case. Primarly used for cutting down the weight of the case as plastic is about 45% ligher than wood. Best for light duty shipping.

When to Use:
No more than 130 pounds of gear.

Price:
3/8" Flight Panel Plastic
3/8" Flight Panel Plastic:

Wood with laminated plywood Description:
3/8" plastic panel is used to create the sides of the case. Primarly used for cutting down the weight of the case as plastic is about 45% ligher than wood. Best for medium duty shipping.

When to Use:
No more than 250 pounds of gear.

Price:
Color:
Corner Setup:
Ball Corners
Ball Corner Ball Corners:

Description:
Protection for the case's corners when shipping & transporting. By design ball corners provide more protection than square corners. Vendors will decide which type of ball corners to use based on the size & features of your case.

When to Use:
When heavy duty shipping is involved & maximum case durability is needed.

Price:
Square Corners
Square Corner Square Corners:

Description:
Protection for the case's corners when carrying & transporting. By design square corners aesthetically provide a sleeker look. Vendors will decide which type of square corners to use based on the size & features of your case.

When to Use:
When the case will be hand-carried, or transported under more careful conditions.

Price:
Lid Setup:
Hinged Lid Hinged Lid:

Description:
The lid will be hinged rather than fully removable. Lid stays to hold the lid up can be configured later.

When to Use:
For smaller cases & cases with a shallow lid depth.

Price:
Take off Lid
Take off lid Take Off Lid:

Description:
The lid can be completely taken off of the base. There is no hinge as the base and lid are in 2 different pieces.

When to Use:
For larger cases where a hinge could not support the weight of the lid or any case where the lid is deep.

Price:
Mobility:
No Wheels
No Wheels:

Description:
No wheels or any other mobility kits are added to the case.

When to Use:
For smaller cases that can be carried by hand or large cases which will never be moved.

Price:
$0
Tilt Wheels no Extension Handle
Tilt Wheels Tilt Wheels NO Extension Handle:

Description:
Tilt wheels (also known as edge wheels or edge casters) are added to the case to provide easy mobility. In this configuration the case can be rolled around conveniently like airplane luggage. If the case is shorter than 35" you should consider the next option (adding an extension handle) as this configuration will most likely not work for you.

When to Use:
For cases longer than 35" that you would like to roll around.

Price:
Wheels & Extension Handle Tilt Wheels & Extension Handle:

Description:
Tilt wheels (also known as edge wheels or edge casters) & extension handle are added to the case to provide easy mobility. In this configuration the case can be rolled around conveniently like airplane luggage. If the case is longer than 35" you should consider the previous option (no extension handle) as you probably don't need the extension handle. Note: To make room for the extension handle an extra 2" is added to the base of the case.

When to Use:
For cases less than 35" that you would like to roll around.


Price:
Casters Casters:

Description:
Swiveling wheels are added to the bottom of the case (usually 1 in each corner) to add easy mobility. Generally two of the wheels will have foot brakes so the case will stay in place when needed.

When to Use:
For large cases which require easy mobility. The heavier the case, the better off you will be with swiveling casters.

Price:
Forklift Skid Forklift Skids:

Description:
Forklift skids will raise the case off the ground to allow mobility by forklift. Please note: Different vendors may have different hardware for their forklift skids than depicted however all will function as intended. A few examples are shown in the image.

When to Use:
When the case will be transported primarily by a forklift.

Price:
Latches:
Front:
Rear:
Right:
Left:
Add Hardware:
Extra Features:
Make Case Padlockable
Padlockable Option:

Padlockable Latch Description:
All or a select number of latches will be changed out from non lockable latches to lockable latches. Vendor also has the option to install simple padlock clasps instead.

When to Use:
To keep unwanted eyes & hands off your gear.

Price:
Marine Weatherization
Silicone Marine Weatherization:

Description:
A rubber gasket is added to the valence & silicone is used through out the inside of the case to seal all rivets & seams from the outside. This does not make the case waterproof, but rather significantly increases it's resistance to water & dust.

When to Use:
Excellent when rain, wind & natural occuring weather elements could be a factor.

Price:
Case Interior:
Bare (Completely Empty)
Bare Interior (Completely Empty):

Description:
The case will not have any carpet laminated to the inside. If the case is made of wood you will be able to see the plywood on the inside.

When to Use:
When the inside of the case does not need to look good.

Price:
(least expensive)
Carpeted
Carpeted:

Carpet Description:
Carpet is laminated to the inside of the case covering all seems, rivets & case inside. This is usually the same carpet used for speaker boxes.

When to Use:
When the inside of the case needs to look presentable.

Price:
Lid Stay:
No Lid Stay
No Lid Stay:

Description:
The case will have no lid stay to keep the lid upright.

When to Use:
This could be practical if you are planning on using the lid as a table when open or you simply don't care if it opens to 180 degrees.

Price:
(least expensive)
Metal Lid Stay
Metal Lid Stay:

Strap Lid Stay Description:
The case will have a metal lid stay to keep the lid upright. Remember the lid stay will take up a little room within the case.

When to Use:
This is the most common method to keep the lid upright & best for most applications.

Price:
Strap Lid Stay
Strap Lid Stay:

Strap Lid Stay Description:
The case will have a strap lid stay to keep the lid upright. Straps take up significantly less room in the case than metal lid stays.

When to Use:
If you need a lid stay, but want to take up a minimal amount of room in the case.

Price:
Foam Option:
No Foam
No Foam:

Description:
No foam or any type of padding will be added to the inside of the case.

When to Use:
If you are using the case for storage & the items going inside do not require protection beyond the case itself.

Price:
(least expensive)
Polyurethane Foam Lined
Polyurethane Foam Lined:

Polyurethane Foam Lined Description:
The case will be lined with polyurethane foam similar to a padded room. For reference polyurethane foam is similar to a sponge you might find in a kitchen.

When to Use:
If you are storing items that don't need a specific cutout in the foam, but shouln't rest on the hard case itself.

Price:
Polyurethane Foam Lined
Polyethylene Foam Lined
Polyethylene Foam Lined:

Polyethylene Foam Lined Description:
The case will be lined with polyethylene foam similar to a padded room. For reference polyethylene foam is similar to a foam noodle or a body board.

When to Use:
If you are storing items that don't need a specific cutout in the foam, but shouln't rest on the hard case itself.

Price:
Polyethylene Foam Lined
Polyurethane Foam Filled
Polyurethane Foam Filled:

Polyurethane foam filled Description:
The case will be filled with polyurethane foam. For reference polyurethane foam is similar to a sponge you might find in a kitchen.

When to Use:
If you are planning on cutting out the foam yourself or squishing your item between the layers of foam.

Price:
Polyethylene Foam Filled
Polyethylene Foam Filled:

Polyurethane foam filled Description:
The case will be filled with polyethylene foam. For reference polyethylene foam is similar to a foam noodle or a body board..

When to Use:
If you are planning on cutting out the foam yourself.

Price:
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