|02-10-2013 01:04 PM|
If you take a look at the Services Page on the website you can find out more about their services.
I am director of Shadow Foam and can assure you the pricing is very competitive. Use the contact us page to send some dimensions for you required drawer liner and we can send you a price.
|02-10-2013 12:56 PM|
|02-10-2013 12:53 PM|
|Jonathan S||Well you can get blank drawer liners cut to fit your drawer size so you can cut them yourself. They also supply cutting kits with a guide on how to get a quality finish along with foam glue and a specialist cutting tool with 5 replaceable blades.|
|02-10-2013 12:47 PM|
Wow, that is a service that makes cuts the foam too? WTH? How in the heck can you do that without having the tools? I hope it works out for you but damn that sounds like in less you are charging a bunch of money I can't imagine how it could make you any money. The hard thing is the average guy who HAS the tools is handy with his hands or he wouldn't have the tools, and he is going to do it himself.
|02-10-2013 11:38 AM|
Check out Shadow Foam, www.shadowfoam.com
They can supply blank drawer liners for you to cut yourself or can come and custom cut drawer liners for you
|11-15-2012 09:43 PM|
|11-15-2012 08:12 PM|
Well, just one example is my impact sockets. Use them often, just no way to do them like that in the same space they're in now:
|11-15-2012 08:05 PM|
Look at the photos of mine, you can get them pretty tight. The other thing is do you REALLY need the tools at hand that you have in your box? There is no reason to make a foam "shadow" (don't know if that is the proper name) for tools that only get used once a year.
|11-15-2012 07:59 PM|
|cobalt327||Same here! I would need a half dozen more boxes to try to do it that way. It does look nice, though.|
|11-15-2012 03:59 PM|
|1971BB427||I've got too many tools in my tool boxes, or not enough tool boxes! I tried to shadow my tools, but ended up with over half the tools left and no place to put them! LOL. Finally just put rubber mat in the bottom and dumped them all back in.|
|11-15-2012 11:17 AM|
I ordered all my foam products from Foam by Mail, foam products, cushions, mattresses, pillows, seats, sound proofing, memory foams, mattress, pillow, they have all types of foam that can be ordered in bulk. I used the 1/2" high density foam under my fenders to prevent stars from rocks and it works great.
|11-14-2012 07:16 PM|
|49 Ford F-3||
I did a write up on my toolbox at Aviation Maintenance
It is worth it if you are a neat freak like me!Aviation Maintenance
|03-15-2010 12:24 PM|
Here's a sample of the drawers we made at work. Like i said we used the snap-on foam, really good stuff, you'll only do it once, so it's worth the cost.
Also, funny enough, the Garage Makeovers issue of Wood magazine, featuring Roger1's awesome shop has a whole section on shadowing tool boxes.
|03-11-2010 10:16 AM|
|speede5||From expierience you will want to make the cutouts real tight, so they squeeze the tools and keep them from bouncing around when you roll or carry the box. Cut out little half circles so you can get a finger in to pull them out. I built 14 full kits (12 drawer snap on cabinets) for work and they have held up for over 10 years. We bought the foam from snap on, not cheap, but the quality was worth the expense. I'll try and put some pics on here next week. Spray adhesive works great to bond the top and bottom, only spray it on the cutout sheet though!!|
|03-09-2010 08:48 PM|
|spartyon||I was thinking that too until I played with the drawer. The only one that moves around is the little guy in the middle.|
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