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We’ll start where we left off last time. To see part one of this project, click here. Or you can view the entire project in the PDF plans found at the bottom of this page. Starting from page 11 in the pdf plans, we’ve built the router table cabinet. Now it’s time to fill it with 2 pullouts (these two pullout will hold 90 router bits) and a drawer for storing router bits , extra collets, wrenches and a couple of feather boards.


Cut out the pullout parts. Use on of the shelves to arrange your router bits. These are the largest cutter I have and they all fit on one shelf. I marked the hole locations and drilled them about halfway through the shelf. I drilled the rest of the shelves with two rows of holes spaced fairly evenly, just using my eye to gauge the distance between holes. I drilled three shelves with ½” holes and the other three with ¼” holes.


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