Each of the eighteen ITER Toroidal Field (TF) coils will consist of seven double pancakes. Each double pancake will have been individually vacuum impregnated and then the seven units assembled together, over-wrapped with glass fabric based insulation and finally vacuum impregnated again to form the TF coil winding pack . The winding pack (WP) will be finally assembled into the coil casing (CC) and to allow for manufacturing tolerances and final geometric definition, a nominal 10 mm gap will exist between the winding pack and the coil case but in practice, this gap may vary between 3 and 15 mm. After assembly, the final step will be to fill the gap with a material that will maintain the final position of the WP and to uniformly transfer load from WP to CC. This paper deals with the selection of materials and techniques to fill the gap and details some of the properties of the chosen material.