Let me see your router bit storage!!
I'm continuing to work on my router table, and just need to put about 3 more coats of finish on the cabinet and drawer faces. I also need to decide how to space the bits. I will have 2 drawers for bits. Each drawer will have a raised platform with a top skin of 1/4" BB ply that the receiving holes for the bit shanks will be drilled into, with a layer of solid insulation board underneath to cushion the bits to keep them from rattling against the bottom of the drawers.
How much space do you have around the bits to easily (and safely!! ) extract them from their resting place? I know the big panel cutters will need more room. Or do you drill your holes on a standard grid and just leave some empty ones around the big bits? Any and all ideas are welcome. Let me know what you have that you like, don't like, or would do different. THANKS!! Jim.
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