How to Make a Router Bit Case

February 13, 2018

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This week I’m getting all of my router bits organize with this easy to build router bit storage case. All you need to build this project is 2- 1×4′ pieces of pine at 8′ long, a sheet of 1/4″ thick 2’x4′ plywood and a piece of 12″x12″ plexiglass. I started by ripping my 1×4’s down to 3″ wide and then cut 7 pieces at 11.25″, 3 pieces at 4″ and 1 piece at 12″ long. I cut the plywood and plexiglass to 12″x12″ (front and back). I assemble the main frame using some 1 5/8″ wood screws and attached the plywood/plexiglass to the frame with some 3/4″ long screws. The trays required 1/4″ holes at 3/8″ deep on 3- 11.25″ pieces to hold the router bits (my router uses 1/4″ shank bits). Once you have all your trays drilled and assemble, you can put your router bits into place and slide the trays into the case. Now you have a nice little case to hold all of your current and future router bits!

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