LM Cases

800.874.8326

About LM Cases

LM Cases has been designing and manufacturing carrying and reusable shipping cases since 1985. We serve a variety of markets, including business, industry, government, military, entertainment and sports.

We love our work, and it shows in the quality of our products. Each of our cases is built by hand, one at a time, at our new 43,000-sq-ft. manufacturing facility in Youngstown, Ohio. Practical, ergonomic design – combined with superior materials and expert craftsmanship – result in the finest protective cases on the market today.

Wake Forest Helmet Repair Trunk

This trunk was designed for Wake Forest University as a portable workstation used for helmet repair. The trunk features 2 large open compartments for helmets and 2 smaller compartments holding 4 plastic bins for misc parts storage. The trunk also features a black Formica laminated repair work surface with two drawers mounted below and a drill compartment and 3 Tilt Lock bin sets mounted in the above lid. 

The trunk interior features 2 large compartments designed to hold a variety of helmet sizes below the work surface. The bottom storage area also holds 4 removable plastic bins to hold miscellaneous parts like face masks and pads. The main work surface is designed to be standing height for easy and quick repairs between plays. The trunk also features 2 lockable drawers built out of 1/2" Baltic Birch that are mounted on HD Accuride glides and finished with black texture coating. 

The trunk's lid features a drill compartment with a CNC cut foam insert to hold a LM supplied Ridgid 18v drill. The drill compartment features a door with a slam latch to keep the drill secured during transport. The lid also features 3 Tilt Lock bins with 3 small compartments each for a total of 9 small parts compartments. 

The trunk's exterior is built out of 3/8" plywood laminated with black ABS plastic. The exterior features 8 deep recessed handles, Colson 4" casters and a custom "WF" silkscreen. The trunk also features UHMW plastic runners on the back allowing to to be tipped back and slid into a bus bay.

Special thanks to Wake Forest!