Foam Milling and Processing

There are three things to consider when planning foam cutting for optimal protection and ease of access:
  1. Foam type – in most cases, foam is defined by its specific gravity measurement (which can directly affect its stiffness and mechanical properties). The type of foam will be chosen usually by the weight of the object incased, what it’s made of, and frequency of use.
  2. Defining the parameters of process – proper and efficient planning of the milling process is critical in order to achieve the desired results and quality.
  3. Surface lamination – additional considerations depend on the sensitivity of the incased object, corrosion risks, objects sensitive to static charge, contamination risks by dust, as well as adjustments to clean rooms and such. The appropriate protection can be achieved by an external protective layer.

We offer an experienced and knowledgeable engineering department with extensive experience in material and computer imaging that accompany our customers on every step of the way.

Custom Made Milled Foam For Work Tools





Medical supplies milling


Audio equipment milling


Charger packages milling


Photography equipment milling


Foam for big components
Foam Coating

When the need arises, different kinds of coats can be applied in order to achieve different surface properties. This need usually arises from clean room requirements, although it can also help create more esthetic foam, and in some cases protect and even prolong the foam’s life.

We offer many lamination options according to the objects specifications and client needs. With our knowledge and engineering experience with plastic material, different glue and coating, we can develop and manufacture coating by demand in in varied colorations.


Elastic polymeric coating layer fit for clean rooms.