|Forum topic by dhg||posted 01-10-2010 06:34 PM||1003 views||0 times favorited||3 replies|
01-10-2010 06:34 PM
Since I started woodworking I would just throw my router bits into a drawer and fumble through it to find the bit I wanted at the time. Well it got to the point where the drawer couldn’t close so it was time to build a new router cabinet for 2 reasons. 1, to enclose the router for dust collection and 2, I needed more room for bits. I like to keep the packages that the bits come in to keep them from damage and occasionally I have to take them on the job site.
The cabinet isn’t finished yet as it’s being built from scrap from jobs I’ve done, but it was time to move the bits into there new home. Straight/pattern bits in one, round overs/beading, profiles and specialty bits respectfully. Now it should be easier to find the bit I want plus I have room for MORE BITS!!! YEA.
I think I’ll start on the drawer fronts today.
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