Router Bit Storage

With the end of the sale of individual Triton bits (and no, I’m not getting into the politics of why) the in-store display cabinets have returned to roost, and one has been willing to settle in my shed for the storage of my router bits.  I haven’t actually tried to see how many router bits will actually fit (and I know the storage isn’t optimum) but it’s too cool to pass up.

I like that the stats for each bit is listed, and an example of the profile produced by the bit.

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  1. […] to tackle (at least start) a small project that I’ve been meaning to do for ages (since June 2008). Triton Router Bit […]

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