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  1. Bit storage - router and drill

    Inspired by many LJs. Hung on French Cleat Top and bottom boards are greenish poplar. The sides are yellowish poplar, along with all the blanks used for bit storage. The middle shelves are alder. Finished w/ 2 coats(so far) of Waterlox Original Sealer/Finish.
  2. Router Bit Cabinet

    I have been accumulating router bits (quite a few of them real premium bits), and needed a place to store them where they wouldn't get dinged up, would be readily accessible, and would help cut the clutter in my shop. This case was built from a plan published in the December 2003 edition of...
  3. Router Bit Storage

    I have two Jessem Router tables, always thought the space underneath the router was a waste, so this weekend I did something about it. I built a baltic birch case to sit on the bottom of the stand (3/8" top and bottom w 1/2" sides), taking into account the amount the router lift would adjust...
  4. Router bit storage

    There's nothing particularly fancy about this; it fills a need for router bit and accessory storage. If you happen to have a JessEm router stand then you know that there was a lot of wasted space mid-stand. I decided to make better use of it by building a set of drawers. The top 3 drawers...
  5. Custom Router Table

    Recently I have gotten into cabinetry and decorative box making with an emphasis on precision, so I decided that it was time to bench my PC dovetail jig, clamps, and all other devices I used to use for handheld routing, and build a table that would make certain tasks a lot easier, and other...
  6. Router Bit Storage corrosion

    While this is not made of wood, it is for woodworking. I had made router bit storage of wood, or wood by-products. Today I discovered what a mistake that was. Corrosion! Storing router bits should not be made of material that is sensitive to moisture, or humidity. I had made mine of some...
  7. Designing Woodworking Projects
    Has anybody built glass frame and panel cabinet doors? The client, who is quite knowledgeable and an architect, suggested a rabbet along the back, inside parameter of the frames, with a depth equal to the thickness of the glass. Then an applied molding on the back that bridges the seem between...
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