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Organize Your Drill Bits


The KISS (keep it simple, Stupid) is a drill bit organizer from FastCap LLC in Ferndale, Washington. It really is a simple yet very useful concept. You can order just the plastic bin ($33), or the bin plus 82 high-speed steel, split point jobber bits that are color-coded ($218.90). The colors help eliminate guesswork when selecting bits and also help identify broken or missing bits in a set. If you order the FastCap bits, they run from 1/16″ to 1/2″ in 1/64″ increments. FastCap was founded in 1997 by Paul Akers, a 20-year veteran in the cabinetmaking industry.