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47 posts
May 11, 2017
8:41 AM
I have a Samsonite briefcase that I use for my harp case. I'm looking to make a foam insert with cutouts for my harps. Does anyone have feedback on this layout or tips for cutting, materials, foam supplier, etc.?

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Last Edited by Arrick on May 11, 2017 9:06 AM
408 posts
May 11, 2017
9:50 AM
You might check out these guys. You can design the foam for your case based on the dimensions of your Samsonite

409 posts
May 11, 2017
9:58 AM
Looks like the spam filter ate my post. Try out a site called mycasebuilder.com.

It allows you to design a foam insert (with cut-outs) based on the dimensions of your case
823 posts
May 11, 2017
10:53 AM
I use Kaizen foam. Its a closed cell foam, like a pool noodle, so it doesn't hold moisture like a couch fusion foam does. You can cut it with a razor knife, but for best results, heat the blade over a candle or with a lighter. Then the knife cuts lt like its soft butter.
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Jun 26, 2020
3:29 AM
Kaizen foam is good. You could also use a high load bearing packaging foam if you can't find any. Or maybe try getting a custom foam insert made?
585 posts
Jun 28, 2020
9:23 AM
I stack mine vertically for more space---
Don't know if this will help
here is a MBH post Todd Parrot n others discussing foam options.


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