Finally there is a blog dedicated to the foamy goodness of PORON® Cushioning. You’ve waited a long time, and now there’s a place where you can learn about foam and other innovative material choices. We will answer your questions about testing, design options and much more.
This is also a place for you to share your experiences with PORON Materials with us and the community at large. We welcome and encourage you to engage in the action! You will get to know the PORON Cushioning team as we share educational content and talk about the industry trends we see. Jump in with questions. Correct us when you think we’re off base. Give your opinions and tell us what you want to talk about!
What’s on the menu?
- Discussion about testing for comfort, impact absorption, etc.
- Design criteria for working with foams.
- What’s going on with our brand partners such as Rawlings, Falcon, Bauer, and others?
- New product highlights.
- Industry trends.
- Current events, such as NFL concussions, graduate research study testing and military spec changes.
Make yourselves at home. We hope you’re comfortable here, because we’re all about the comfort.
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