One of the drawbacks of our hobby is the large amount of instruments that we have to carry with us in each observing session: lenses, scope finders, cameras, cables, laptops, laser, filters and so on. And the problem is that it is not unusual to forget one of those objects at home, or even worse, at our observation site and then loose it.
To avoid this kind of situations many of us have created some suitcases in which we organize every astronomical gadget we have. In particular we have bought some good quality suitcases at Berwall (german online shop).
Once we got our suitcase we have to accomodate every instrument on it. There are several way to do that, but one of the best that we have found is to cut a high density foam and thus adapt every single gadget on it:
But... how do we cut that foam with the shapes of our instruments? That is what we are going to explain in the following.