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  1. My Version of Kreg Router Cabinet

    I purchased the Kreg router table and base. Installed a Triton router. I decided to modify the cabinet insert plans on the Kreg website as the photos show. Instead of one center door covering the router compartment and a lower compartment, I added a drawer to the lower middle of the cabinet...
  2. Router bit storage.

    I was never satisfied with the way I had organized the router bits. I tried different ways to store them. I like the CMT system, but wouln't spend money on it. One of the requirements was the possibility to change the setup when necessary. I used 18 mm plywood. I also made a grid from 75 mm...
  3. Router Bit Storage

    Hi: I recently decided to address the longstanding issue I've had with my router bit collection. The disarray of my router bit collection has been an annoyance, and a couple of early attempts to deal with this problem have not resulted in a solution. Until NOW! The trouble was I had a...
  4. router bit storage (unfinished)

    This is a proyect to guard my router bits, It´s a system in which you can relocate the bit.You can change the piece if you buy different size bits and it can be extended.It can be done as a drawer or a door wall cabinet.I´m not decided what to do.
  5. Table Saw Router Extension 2.0 with Storage Fence

    This was a second try at Table Saw Router Extension. The first try wasn't particularly bad but wasn't as well planned out and used scrap wood laying around. The fence was a lot more simple too. I made a simple box frame using my Kreg Pocket Hole Jig using 3/4" Birch Plywood. The top is a 3/4"...
  6. Router bit storage idea

    I'm sure I'm not the only one who has thought of using foam to store router bits. Decided I'd share just in case some didn't know. I built an addition to my Kreg router table a while back adding lower cabinets and drawers. Basically it's the plan found on Kreg's website. The four small drawers...
  7. Router Cabinet

    I built this cabinet while still working in the hothouse. The first picture was taken on our back porch shortly after finishing it with spar varnish. In the second picture it is in it's present home on the shelf below my workbench. The third picture shows the top drawer that is used for...
  8. Blade, Bit & Insert Cabinet

    While I'm working on some new projects I thought I'd share some of my older, pre-LJ ones. This is a multi-solution project I designed to fit in an unusual space by a floor/ceiling beam. It offers a perfect place to store 10" table saw blades, table saw inserts, 12" RAS and Miter Saw blades...
  9. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    So, I have been absent from my shop for over 2 years, due to work pressure, other hobbies and random stuff. I'm back and am revamping my entire shop. I found my router bits rusted into the plywood holes that I had drilled for them, they were a perfect fit when I put them in. I had to...
  10. Blogs
    A router table for use with Incra Accessoriess I guess about ten years ago I made a second router table for certain applications. Mostly it was to be used with Incra jigs and accessories. This table is a little fancier than the last one I posted ands does have a few advantages. For example...
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