This complete kit comes with everything you need to protect your valuable equipment
1. Two large sheets of Armorfoam. One 2" x 14" x 22" and one 1" x 14" x 22". Armorfoam is a tough, flexible thermoplastic resin which, being inert and chemically stable, meets all preservation standards. Easy to handle, cut, shape and form, this foam is widely used in protective packing of fine art, artifacts and sensitive instruments, for both transportation and storage. Unlike polyurethane foam, which is commonly used in instrument cases, this foam will not off-gas, and contains no damaging solvents, and will not break down over time.
2. Hot Scroll Table. Fast, accurate cuts are easy!! Our Scroll Table is 12" x 14" with a 9.75 inch Hot Wire for cutting accurate straight edges and curves. A simple adjustment allows you to make angle cuts. The distance from the cutting wire to the back of the table is approximately 9 inches. You can make as long a cut as needed from side-to-side. Cuts EPS, XPS, Blueboard, polyethylene, and polypropylene foams. Cuts Pelican Case foam, but beware as their polyurethane foam gives off toxic fumes when cut with heat. Includes 4 long life cutting wires. Includes the Jumper Cable, which quickly attaches to the Scroll Table blade to concentrate the heat to the bottom 5.5 inches of the blade.
3. Hot Knife. Plunge, slice and dice. A combo hand held scroll saw and power drill that cuts foam with fast clean surgical precision. The 3-inch blade is made from thin tough steel, with a unique round shape that slices cleanly in any direction like magic. Features a handy on-off switch right on the handle and six feet of tool cord. Cuts EPS, XPS, Blueboard, polyethylene, and polypropylene foams. Cuts Pelican Case foam, but beware as their polyurethane foam gives off toxic fumes when cut with heat.
4. Power Supply with a 6 foot tool cord. Works with the Hot Scroll Table and the Hot Knife. Works with several other Hot Wire Foam Factory Tools, not included here.
5. One sheet of 1/2-inch construction grade EPS foam. Lay your equipment on the foam, draw around it to mark where your cuts will be, cut the shapes out with the Hot Knife, and use as a template to draw the cuts you want to make onto the Armor Foam. It's much quicker than drawing the shapes onto cardboard and cutting it out with a utility knife. You can test the clearances before cutting into your Armor Foam.
Always check with the manufacturer of the foam you need to cut to make sure there are no health or safety hazards when cutting their foam with hot wire tools. Cut in well ventilated area.
Hot Wire Foam Factory has been making high quality cutting edge foam cutting tools in the USA for over 20 years. We pride ourselves in providing old fashioned friendly customer service.