Tag Archives: Open-Cell Foam

DIY Reupholster Motorcycle Seat

As a motorcycle owner, reupholstering the seat is something you may have to do at some point. For example, you might need a new seat if your old one begins to deteriorate after years of use, sustains damage in an accident, or is too low, too high, too angled, or too uncomfortable in some other … Continue reading

Posted in Blog Post | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

Foam Density Range: Understanding and Applying Values

With foam, the ability to make the right purchase decision is greatly based on your ability to compare one product to another. A foam material’s density is one of the best ways to do this, but knowing a single product’s density while not knowing how that value measures up to other foam types is like … Continue reading

Posted in Blog Post | Tagged , , , , | 2 Comments

Build the Best Bed Possible by Using Strong, Durable Foundations

Any child who has ever picked up a Lincoln Log knows a home can’t be built on a pile of twigs, and any engineer with an ounce of sense knows a car should never be built on a flimsy frame. In these cases, and many more, foundations are the basis for everything that allows a … Continue reading

Posted in Blog Post | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Fun, Frightening Foam Cutouts are Perfect for Halloween!

Right in time for Halloween, Foam Factory, Inc. is offering spooky foam cutouts, perfect for crafts and decorations! With friendly jack-o’-lanterns and creepy bats measuring 1′ in width, you can get a sizable home decoration that’s a breeze to mount, easy to store, lightweight, and won’t damage any surfaces. Foam Factory also offers smaller, thicker … Continue reading

Posted in Blog Post | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Why Shop With Us?

At Foam Factory, Inc., we understand the choices you have as a consumer these days are vast. The era when Henry Ford offered cars in any color – as long as they were black – has given way to 20 different options for something as basic as shampoo; a number that doubles when you also … Continue reading

Posted in Blog Post | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Cut Foam at Home: DIY Tips For Cutting Open-Cell Foam

Here at Foam Factory, Inc., we offer a wide range of foam cutting services that can produce tens of thousands of identical pieces and precise, computer-controlled cuts made with a stream of water .005 inches in diameter. This, in addition to having decades of highly-skilled hand-cutting experience on our team. If you have a project … Continue reading

Posted in Blog Post | Tagged , , , , | 2 Comments

The Right Glue For The Job: Know How To Select Adhesive For Foam Projects

Whether you’re rebuilding an engine or helping your child with a school project, things always go better when you have the right tool for the job. This is true in the world of foam as well, from at-home DIY projects, to businesses making custom couch cushions, foam mattresses, or foam rubber gaskets. Foam Factory, Inc. … Continue reading

Posted in Blog Post | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Hold On To Your Seat: Durable, Resilient Rebond Makes Great Specialty Seat Padding

When it comes to selecting a seat cushioning material for chairs or couches, people often say that they want the firmest, longest-lasting foam they can get. These people usually have traditional, open-cell, high-density foam in mind when they say these things. However, most don’t realize that if all open-cell foams were available options, rebond foam represents … Continue reading

Posted in Blog Post | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

A Closer Look at Foam: Part I – Open-Cell Foam

As one of the most used materials in the world, you would be hard-pressed to find a person who doesn’t know what you’re talking about when you say the word “foam.” However, what makes this material so interesting is that while everybody knows what foam is, the type of foam someone might think of can … Continue reading

Posted in Blog Post | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

Quick and Accurate Foam Fabrication with Waterjet Cutting

As consumers and businesses require more control and detail in the manufacturing of  products, and with industry demanding more precision and efficiency as well, the machines used to make the things we need increase in complexity by the day. But more often than we realize, it’s the simplest things that do the most, and this … Continue reading

Posted in Blog Post | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment