What is Kaizen Foam?

Kaizen foam is a versatile and efficient organization tool that enables you to easily organize and protect your tools and sensitive equipment. This multi-layered foam product can be customized by tracing and cutting to create a snug fit for your items. Its design aims to improve productivity by helping companies establish organized systems and procedures with Kaizen foam. With Kaizen foam, you can bid goodbye to misplacing tools or equipment, saving you valuable time and effort.

What is Kaizen Foam?

What Type of Foam is Kaizen Foam? 

Kaizen Foam is a high-quality Closed Cell laminated Polyethylene (EPE) foam that provides excellent shock absorption, vibration dampening, insulation, and buoyancy properties. This durable foam is well-suited for use in various products, where these properties are required, including packaging applications that require cushioning.

With a density of 0.0188 g/cm^3, Kaizen Foam is both strong and resilient. Additionally, it's not flammable, which makes it an ideal choice for applications where fire safety is a concern.

Overall, Kaizen Foam is a reliable and versatile foam material that can be used for a wide range of applications, thanks to its unique combination of properties.

What type of Foam is Kaizen Foam?

How Do You Glue Kaizen Foam Together?

If you're wanting to glue Kaizen Foam inserts together, what has worked the best for us is using FastCaps 2P-10 Adhesive. Watch how it's done below: 


How Do You Cut Kaizen Foam

Cutting Kaizen Foam is easier than you may think, and with a few simple steps, you can create custom-fit compartments for your tools or other equipment.

Step 1: Start by tracing the outline of your equipment using a Fastcap Kaizen Foam marker. Depending on how snug you want the fit to be, you can cut to the left or right of the outline.

Step 2: Use a thin-blade Kaizen knife or a sharp knife of your choice to cut out your outline, setting the blade to the desired depth.

Step 3: Peel away the layers of Kaizen Foam by sticking your fingers underneath the cutout and using them as a plow to peel away at your desired layer. You may also use a Kaizen Spinner to help cut off the inner foam.

Once you've completed these steps, check the fit by placing your gear back in the cutout and adjust as necessary.

For more tips and tricks on working with Kaizen Foam, check out this helpful video made by BrianWay.

In summary, cutting Kaizen Foam is a simple process that can help you achieve maximum organization and efficiency.

NOTE* Due to the nature of foam, minor surface anomalies are typical.

Foam Tolerances:

  • Length and Width +/- 3%
  • Thickness +/- 5%



You can also purchase a Kaizen Tool Kit!

Kaizen Knife Tool Kit  

The Kaizen Knife Toolkit

  • Kaizen Long Nose Marker
  • Kaizen Knife 
  • Tri-Blade Knife
  • Kaizen Knife Replacement Blades 10 Pack
  • Kaizen Thin Knife Replacement Blades 10 Pack


 Here's a tutorial video on how to work with Kaizen foam!