Dovetailed Router Bit Cabinet

Dovetail keys at the corners reinforce the joints to make a stronger cabinet. Plus, a clear plastic door panel lets you see what’s inside.

Router bits and neckties have a number of things in common. It doesn’t take long before you accumulate a sizable number of each. Quality ones are fairly expensive. And most of the time, there’s really no good way to store them. Since I prefer router bits to neckties, I built a storage cabinet to help organize and protect my router bit collection. As you can see, the design for this cabinet isn’t elaborate. However, the dovetail keys and a Plexiglas door provide enough of a challenge to make building this router bit cabinet quite interesting.



What You Get:

  • 6 printable (digital) pages of step-by-step instructions
  • 40 full-color photos, illustrations and exploded views
  • Includes an article dovetail keys joinery
  • Cutting diagrams and materials list

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