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It doesn't matter what type of cutting equipment you use on a daily basis, there will come a time when you will need a good carrying case to help protect your precious tools while traveling or at the job site. Whether you need a tool box or a plastic tool case, use them all! The use of tools can often damage expensive equipment and reduce its life expectancy. Consider investing in a good carrying case that will protect your tools during travel or storage. These come in a variety of styles and materials to match any decor. Use these to help organize your tools and keep them from harm.
Plastic Case: These are small carrying cases that come in two major forms - the hard plastic case and the soft nylon/synthetic material. The hard plastic material is built to withstand abrasion and will not tear or warp when being used repetitively or when exposed to harsh elements such as extreme heat or chemicals. The nylon material is made of a breathable synthetic fabric that is soft to the touch and resists compression. Both types of carrying cases are lightweight and slim, which allows for the transportation of small electronic devices that may fit into them or be carried on belt loops.
Foam Insert: For those who prefer a more aerodynamic shape, a foam insert is an excellent choice. Many foam carrying cases feature built-in air pockets to help maintain the shape of the device and provide additional cushioning. To reduce weight even more, look for one with a reduced bottom panel that features nozzles or water bottle holders. These cases also come in a variety of sizes and designs. Look for a case with a flexible strap so it will securely hold instruments of all sizes.