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We have a variety of hi-tech equipment to fabricate a wide range of materials.

Convention and Specialty Foams

Cassemco stocks several conventional and specialty foams in different colors and specifications. We carry multiple densities of polyurethane, polyethylene, polyester, polyether, reticulated, Military spec Ethafoam, Crosslink(XLPE), Expanded Polyethylene, Expanded Polypropylene, Expanded Polystyrene, EVA cross-linked, acoustical foams, extruded polyethylene, rubber, neoprene, and several others. 


In addition to foams, we also offer die cutting, water jet cutting and CNC routing services for many types of plastic. We work with HDPE, Acetal, ABS, Nylon, and Plexiglass among many others. 


We provide custom fabricated rubber parts featuring several common rubber materials: neoprene, Viton, EPDM, and Silicone.

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Helpful Glossary of Industry Terms

It can be overwhelming and at times confusing to find the exact product you need. Below is a list of common terms found in our industry to you find the exact product you need. 

Common Industry Terms

Anti-Static Foam

Foam containing electrically conductive additives to prevent electricity buildup and dissipate static.

Anti-Microbial Foam

Foam containing electrically conductive additives to prevent electricity buildup and dissipate static. Protects sensitive electronics and electrical components.


Laminating, gluing, heating bonding foam together.

Cross-linked foam

A chemical reaction in polymer chains that links the together, resulting in a foam with improved tightness, greater flexibility, and durability.


The weight of foam expressed in pounds per cubic foot.

IFD (Indentation Force Deflection)

A measure of the firmness of flexible polyurethane foam. IFD is measured as force in pounds required to compress a 4″ thick foam sample by 25% of its original height.

Memory (Visco) Foam

Visco is another term for memory foam and commonly used in the foam industry. These foams typically are heavier in density and have low resistance. Visco foams are also known for a soft surface and slow response to rebounding back after being compressed.


A synthetic rubber that is less sensitive to temperature changes than natural rubber. Commonly used for gaskets, o-rings, seals, hoses, and many more uses. 

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