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8 hours ago, Gene Howe said:

I like the individual block idea. Are yours fitted in a drawer? 

The blocks are in a drawer, but not secured.  I have one drawer for 1/2" shank bits, and another drawer for 1/4" shank bits.  I'll shoot some pics if you are interested.

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43 minutes ago, PostalTom said:

The blocks are in a drawer, but not secured.  I have one drawer for 1/2" shank bits, and another drawer for 1/4" shank bits.  I'll shoot some pics if you are interested.

I always like to see good ideas.

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On 7/16/2018 at 11:55 AM, PostalTom said:

(Ever hear the saying that an elephant is a mouse built to government specifications?  Well, I'm that guy.)

No, can't say I ever heard it before, but I'm gonna' remember it and probably abuse it from here on out.:cowboy:

17 hours ago, PostalTom said:

I'll shoot some pics if you are interested.

That would be great Tom as you have the time, especially for the Tips sub-forum. Others, no doubt, might benefit.

 

BTW...great initial tip on using the Rx bottles...I use them for many other things, but hadn't thought about them for router bits. thanks for sharing the idea!

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Here are the pics.  I also included a couple of the router table itself.  The table was from a set of plans in Shop Notes.

 

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This is the 1/2" shank drawer...

 

 

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and here is the 1/4" shank drawer.

 

 

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Sorry about the quality of the pictures.  I was using my phone in bad light.  Thanks for looking. 

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3 hours ago, Cal said:

A nice set up all around, thanks for sharing those pics Tom.

+1. Thanks Tom

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