Originally Posted by Ldm
This is what I do , go to a home supply store , you can buy and have them the cut the foam at the store so you can get it home .BUy one lagrget sheet of the thick blue foam , if you dont have one get a cheap saw , dose not have to be good , but the smaller finish saws work great .Now when you get this foam home , you can use use your imgination to make and cut wing cradles , fuse cradles , simple U cuts , and make some slots into a base and you can get a very compact carrier , I make a ton even use them on my fuel birds . Get some gorilla glue as it will hold and fill gaps in the carriers you make in the event you cut a slot to big .These blue foam carriers have never hurt my planes like the store bought cradles
This is what I had come up with myself, just wasn't sure how to glue it together. Since I may take either my Fusion or my Flex, it would have to either go in the trunk, or next to my daughters car seat in the Flex, I need to make it so it takes up as little room as possible, yet keep the plane safe, and so that I can also use it to store the plane in the house. The foam can also be roughed up on the bottom so it sticks to the carpet or seat back and not slide. Now that I know I can use Gorilla glue, which is what I was hoping for, wasn't sure if it attacked the foam, now I can get a sheet of it and build me a cradle.