Anvil Cases

Written by Sarah Provost
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Anvil Cases offers an extensive variety of designs for myriad applications. Though their applications include computers, military, aerospace, hazardous materials, fine art, photography, sports equipment and trade shows, their reputation has been made in cases to transport musical instruments and equipment. The first Anvil cases were designed in the mid 1950s to transport the new electronic instruments, which were much more delicate than acoustics. Anvil cases quickly became the choice for musicians on the road.

Anvil Cases: The Largest Fabricated Case Manufacturer in the World

With manufacturing centers in Los Angeles, Dallas and New York and a nationwide network of sales representatives, Anvil sets the standard for quick customer service. Cases can be custom designed to your specs and delivered in two to three weeks. Standard cases can be shipped within 24 hours.

Anvil cases are designed to provide optimal ease and flexibility in use. Their Lift Case comes with an electric or pneumatic lift built in, capable of raising the heavy equipment up to 52 inches. These cases are also equipped with Anvil's patented interlocking system, which allows easy storage of case lids while the lift is in use.

Their Ramp Case incorporates a heavy-duty ramp for easy removal of contents. Their Modular Interlocking Case System (MICS) allows case lids to be attached to the side of the case with a patented attachment. Folding legs are incorporated into the lid, which can be folded down to turn the case into a portable, self-contained workstation. All Anvil cases come with a lifetime warranty.

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