aren't particularly large tools, they demand an awful lot of
space relative to their size. That's because along with the
motor and perhaps a couple of bases, you'll also need to find
room to store and organize the wrenches, collets, dust hood, and of
course, all those router bits.
|And as for portability?
Forget about it. Sure, you can carry your router wherever you need
to, but how are you going to get all those supporting pieces to come
along? The plastic cases that routers often come in are mostly useless,
and the canvas bags are scarcely better if you want any semblance
of order to the whole collection.
This router job box solves all those problems, and more. It has space
for a router motor and a plunge- and fixed-base (making it perfect
for the popular router combination kits), plus a drawer for wrenches,
sub-bases, bushings, and other accessories. And there are two removable
trays that can hold 40 or more router bits thanks to some nifty plastic
bit holders. The drop-front door also makes a perfect staging area
for bit changes or other adjustments.