Router Table Storage Upgrade | Shop Organization


I upgraded my router table storage and organization with some custom cabinet drawers. I now have router bit storage, places for accessories, and a big drawer on the bottom for all the other router related items. This router table build is great way to add capacity to a steel router table. #woodworking #router #storage

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