In 1977, the first SKB case was manufactured in a small garage in Anaheim, California by SKB founders Steve Kottman and Dave Sanderson.
Today, SKB engineers cases for hundreds of companies involved in many diverse industries. SKB look forward to the future with a true sense of accomplishment over the three-plus decades of steady growth and for their adherence to high standards that make them leaders in the case industry. SKB never lose sight of the fact that their customers give them the opportunity to excel and their challenges allow them to develop and grow. They are grateful for the customers' trust and loyalty and ensure that every case with an SKB logo has been manufactured with an unconditional commitment to unsurpassed quality.
Custom Foam Interiors
Custom foam interiors keep your gear safe and snug during transport. No shifting, no scratches. All surface areas receive proper support, no matter what shape or size your equipment comes in. Every one of our foam case inserts is custom designed by our design team in 3D. We pride ourselves on making this process as flexible to our customers as possible, meaning you can have as much or as little input to the project as you like. Once everyone is happy with the design, the foam is then cut to size by one of our many foam cutting machines.
Do It Yourself (DIY) Foam Solutions
HPC provides 3 DIY foam types that allow users to make their own custom case interior. HPC’s customisable and adjustable interior solutions can be ordered when buying cases or even bought separately for cases that users already own.
1. Multilayer Foam
Multilayer foam is a tough yet cost-effective type of foam, comprising layers that can be peeled off to make precisely cut, customised sections. With us you get the right multilayer for every suitcase type Foam inserts with the correct external dimensions.
2. Pick ‘N’ Pluck Foam
Made of high quality polyurethane foam, the multi-layered set of customisable inserts includes a pre-scored removable layer. This layer consists of foam squares that can be removed in various configurations to accommodate the contents of the case..
3. Standard Foam
Standard foam is the traditional way to cut into foam sheets using cutting tools to protect your equipment.