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I had a few router bits sitting around that were in their original packaging. This was sub-optimal, but buying a box to store these in always seems like a waste of money. There were only four orphans, and the other 8 bits I have came in their own storage case. Why buy when you can make?
My solution was a quickie project made from scrap wood and extra materials, put together in the workshop in an hour or so. It's just a hinge-top box, but the bottom is thick enough that holes deep enough to hold router bit shanks securely don't go all the way through.
2009.09.02 at 12:00am EDT
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