Cases in Action
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Gemstar will be attending the NDIA Department of the Navy Gold Coast Event in San Diego, CA, August 31 – September 2, 2020. Come visit us to learn about Gemstar’s custom cases and testing capabilities. Learn more about Department of the Navy Gold CoastRead More
Gemstar will be attending AUVSI XPONENTIAL in Boston, MA, May 5 – 7. Come visit us at booth #1806 to learn about Gemstar’s custom cases and testing capabilities. Learn more about AUVSI XPONENTIALRead More
Custom Case Need: Gemstar had the opportunity to design and build a highly customized, sturdy case which was fire resistant, airtight and waterproof. Beyond these key protective attributes, the case also required specific functionality in a densely-packaged small case including the integration of exterior IP connectors, storage space and the overall ability to protect sensitive on-board calibration devices in the most demanding environments, all while allowing for access to calibrate the tool.Read More
Q: When should I start thinking about visual design for my hard case? A: Most designers start with basic functionality like case size, part protection, wheels or no wheels, and so forth, which are the most critical and need to be addressed adequately. However, the visual components of a case can serve critical aesthetic and…Read More
Q: Why do I need to know about industry packaging standards and testing procedures when purchasing or designing my reusable cases? A: Industry standards are guidelines set by various packaging experts and engineers who considered how reusable packages are handled and damaged, and how to design and test to make sure that the cases are…Read More
Custom Case Need: A lightweight and tough case to house an electronic logging device system, designed by eSquared Communications, for use in commercial motor vehicles. The system needed to be integrated with the case so that a tablet could be mounted to the lid for easy viewing from a driver seat and stay connected, through the case, to a charging and vehicle communications wiring system. After use, the tablet and cords needed to easily be stored in the same case.Read More