Custom Foam Interiors and Inserts

Volunteer Case’s custom foam inserts are designed for superior durability and offer the best interior protection for your valuables. Multiple cavity depths can be engineered to provide a custom fit for each item in your case. Offered in a variety of colors to enhance product appearance and accessibility, Volunteer Case’s foam inserts can be designed to meet individual customer specifications and budgets, as well as the most stringent of applications like use in clean rooms.

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Cross-Linked Polyethylene

Chemically Cross-Linked Polyethylene Foam is a micro-celled foam, ideal for applications that require a thicker pad. It is commonly known as the highest quality packaging foam. XLPE is long-lasting and extremely durable as well as aesthetically appealing. Cross-Linked Polyethylene’s cell density makes it an ideal choice for thermal insulation and its low moisture permeability and light weight make it a great foam interior choice.


Polyethylene is a lightweight, non-abrasive, and non-dusting foam that provides high resistance to moisture and chemicals. It provides great protection and durability as well as excellent shock absorption. It is highly resistant to mildew, mold, rot, bacteria, and damage from chemicals and moisture. Polyethylene is ideal for protecting heavier items because of its excellent vibration absorption capabilities. Polyethylene foam has load bearing characteristics that allow for excellent protection with less product. This can help significantly lower packaging costs as well as reduce space and storage needs.


Polyurethane foam provides excellent protection for lightweight and delicate objects. It is an open-cell foam that comes in a wide range of densities and colors at a very reasonable cost. It can be easily molded or cut to fit any application.

Pelican Pick ‘n’ Pluck

Pelican’s Pick ‘n’ Pluck foam is an easy, do-it-yourself system for custom-shaping the interior of the case according to your equipment. Layers of foam are pre-scored in tiny cubes. Simply measure your equipment, use tape or chalk to mark the foam, and pluck away. This is a great solution for one case, but can be time-intensive for multiple cases.