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All About Our Customisable Interiors

Posted 12th September 2019 by Tim | Category: Blog Category - Company | Feed Icon | 0 Comments

Here at Hofbauer, we offer a bespoke service when you purchase one of our cases. This bespoke design service includes the foam insert design, and fully customisable interiors. We make use of CAD software to produce the best-looking interiors, produced at the highest quality. We will personalise any cases you buy, in order to meet your exact specification. Our custom cases are perfect for a variety of applications. Whether you require cases for storage, presentation, or professional transportation, we can provide you with styles which are ideal for your preferred purpose. With inserts crafted from foam, our experts can suggest design recommendations regarding the precise foam material, advising you based on which materials work best with certain case interiors. Whatever the reason why you want customised interiors, we can provide exceptional options for affordable prices.

Foam Inserts

Many of our clients come to us for case interiors which will keep the contents safe and secure while they're being handled at airports and during transportation. In order to make sure your contents will arrive intact, we offer our bespoke foam inserts for cases. You may be transporting delicate sales samples or fragile technical equipment, and in either case the value of the contents is immense, not just in monetary terms, but also when required for a particular work project, they may be considered priceless. Read more...

All About Cases with Wheels

Posted 12th September 2019 by Tim | Category: Blog Category - Company | Feed Icon | 0 Comments

Can you imagine a world without wheels? The wheel was thought to be invented in the Copper Age, in the late Neolithic era, around 4500-300 BCE. What about the humble bag? In the most basic sense, cases with wheels combine the wheel with the bag. Bags without wheels have been known to exist since Ancient Egyptian times, with hieroglyphs depicting figures with bags tied around their waist. Here at Hofbauer, we’re going to take you through a journey through time as we bring to you our range of cases with wheels.

The History

The first salesmen sample cases, engineers tool cases or travel bags were made from either hessian, wool or linen, with leather later becoming a popular material for cases, offering a studier solution. The fabric would cover wooden suitcases in some cases, or otherwise formed collapsible suitcases. In general, throughout the history of the travel case, the materials used to manufacture them have reflected the time period, with metal, plastic and fibre composite later being used. As technological advancement changed transport over time, in turn our cases improved too. Read more...