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post #21 of 23 Old 05-02-2019, 10:45 AM
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You can attach small aluminum angles to the sides so you can slide them into 1/8" saw kerfs, like drawers. That's what I'd do.

Maybe smaller than these?
Similarly to this is to mount the trays onto an oversized piece of 1/4Ē tempered hardboard which then slides in dadoed slots in the sides of a plywood box/cabinet.
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One of the more intriguing ideas Iíve heard recently, over at ďRouterTalkĒ forum, is similar to the bored plank concept; however, the creator used a low-sided tray that he packed with parallel strips of foam pipe insulation. This established rows of snug slots that permit bits of any size to be efficiently inserted wherever needed ó the layout is more or less infinite and the slots close up when the bit gets pulled out, so no dust gets collected. This is similar to fly fishing fly boxes with micro slits.
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Don't do this. Photo: Router bits waiting for the perfect moment to attack!!
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