The “case” as it is known among the Sephardic and “jacket” as it is called among the Ashkenazi,
Make it difficult to have the book at home, each with their own drawbacks.
For this reason, we have developed a case for a Torah scroll that integrates the two,
Similarly to the RaMCHaL’s Torah scroll,
Which is at the RaMCHaL museum in Acre.
That one is made of strong, lightweight, sealed Plexiglas. Its small size allows for it to be placed in any bookcase,
And also allows for reading or studying it either sitting down or standing up, as well as for rolling it up without touching the parchment.
It is recommended to replace the case or jacket in three steps.
1. Removing the parchment and keeping the case or jacket in an appropriate place.
2. Transferring the scroll to a Torah scribe for checking and repairing damaged letters.
3. Attaching the parchment to the new case.
Everything said here is a recommendation.
One should get advice from a wise student. (“Talmid Chacham”).
Cost: about 2,000NIS without coating and/or writing.