On Tue, Nov 9, 2010 at 10:48 AM, Lisa Hayhurst <lisa_hayhurst@xxxxxxxxxxx>
>I personally have a Crystal Caste battle hive miniatures case, and have one of the 2" layers of foam cut with channels to hold 2 tubes each. This works pretty well as a whole gaming case, but it can be a little unwieldy if I only want to >take my pyramid stuff.
>I've been contemplating getting Battlefoam.com to custom cut a foam tray for me with cut outs for stacks of 5 nested pyramids. This way I wouldn't have to fumble with getting them into tubes each time but it's definitely expensive and >probably not worth the cost.
Go to JoAnn Fabric, buy a thick enough piece of the more solid foam, and cut it out yourself. It's not that hard to work with--the foam--and you can make a piece that will conform to whatever container you will use.
My only concern here would be being able to nicely cut foam that was thick/deep enough. Even cutting the straight channels out of the already scored Crystal Caste foam was a little tricky to keep straight. This would almost assuredly be less elegant than the laser cut foam that battlefoam does, but it would also definitely be cheaper...I will have to look into this (:
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