Introducing the Foam Router Bit Tray for the Festool Systainer by POWERTEC. This industry leading foam bit tray is designed to help store, secure and organize your collection of 1/4 in. and 1/2 in. router bits, specifically in your Festool Systainer 1. It features an impressive grand total of 103 shank bit holes – with 28 dedicated to your 1/2 in. bits and the remaining 75 dedicated to your 1/4 in. bits. The POWERTEC Router Bit Storage Tray was made with high density foam, providing you with a durable, long term solution to router bit organization. Unlike wooden and plastic trays that wear down over time, our firm foam trays do not lose grip and keep your bits firmly in place for optimal workflow. It’s unique, but lightweight construction makes it convenient to transport your tool bits from one location to another, while delivering a more systematic approach to arranging your bits for quick access. Additionally, it offers a firm and snug fit for your tools and offers impact resistance to keep them safe and in good condition. “Whether you’re a woodworking professional or DIY enthusiast, you’re sure to find this router bit storage tray to be a must-have for your collection. Please Note: Although POWERTEC 1-1/2 in. thick foam tray can be cut to fit an assortment of tool storage systems, it was specifically designed to fit the Festool Router Bit Systainer 1 (item# 497563) and may produce different results with customized dimensions.
- Includes: (1) foam router bit tray (router bits not included)
- Function: Bit tray enables you to store, organize and access your bits with cutting edge bit storage technology
- Accommodates: (28) 1/2 in. shank router bits and (75) 1/4 in. shank router bits – 103 total
- Premium quality: made with 1-1/2 in. thick, high density foam padding for long-lasting durability and optimum tool protection
- Compatibility: specifically designed for the Festool 497563 tool storage unit, delivering a premium looking foam base insert
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including arsenic, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov