Make your own tool organizers using our foam blanks. This is the same high-quality foam we use for our finished tool organizers. A bit of patience and a steady hand will allow you to organize a box full of unique tools.
Our two-color polyethylene foam is made specifically for organizing tools.
Durable, dense, and tear-resistant
Resistant to oils and lubricants
Closed cell so spilled liquids don't soak in
Thermally bonded layers won't separate
3/4-inch total thickness is ideal for 1/2-inch-deep cutouts
Bright base color makes it easy to spot missing tools
The instructions below outline the steps to make a foam tool organizer for shadowing tools using a handheld router. A straight bit gives the best results, and most two-flute woodworking bits work fine. A 1/4-inch diameter bit is about right to remove material quickly while still cutting tight inside corners.
In addition to a router, you'll need double-sided tape and a marker (dry erase markers work well). Wear safety glasses and consult your router manual for safe practices.