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- 21/01/2017 at 15:32 #56116AnonymousInactive
looking at three new to me foam trays and wondered who can comment.
I have used historically three types of foam trays (plus the odd pick and pluck ones for odd sizes figures) of “F” format that’s has 52mm x 32mm compartments for larger legacy figures, “N” format that is 25mm x 50mm for cavalry – it can in a pinch hold 2 of my 25mm legacy circular bases or 2 of my standard bases (3/4″ square and 20mm circle) – plus “M” format that can hold 1 x 25mm circle or 2 x 20mm circle or 2 x 3/4″ squares.
Now I am looking at the “P” and the “Q” formats but most importantly is the “R” format which has 20mm x 20mm compartments. Four trays could hold up to 384 bases figures in 23mm depth.
My concern is how the foam may impact figures that may slightly extend beyond the 20mm dimension (spears, pikes, arms spread open, etc.,) in storage. Anyone use the “R” format foam?
What did you observe with figures that push the foam out slightly? Any wear on the paint?
Let me point out that I have never had a problem with KR multicast foam but I am still suffering from the residue of professional level paranoia in these first few weeks of retirement from the DOD/IC arena.21/01/2017 at 17:19 #56121MikeKeymaster21/01/2017 at 18:00 #56122AnonymousInactive
Hi, can’t be sure what size trays but I use KR cases and have had the foam walls of the compartments bowed and pushed out all over the shop. No issues with paint wear and tear.
Good to read.22/01/2017 at 03:17 #56145Mr. AverageParticipant22/01/2017 at 12:38 #56161AnonymousInactive
Likewise, I have always found KR foams very easy on paint.
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