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Tool Foam Blanks
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. Read more in the complete directions below.
About our Tool Foam
Our two-color polyethylene foam is made specifically for organizing 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.
Tape the foam blank to your work surface and arrange your tools.
Use a marker to trace your tools.
Set the bit to the desired depth of cut. Use a slow rpm if your router has variable-speed settings, and plunge in the center of the cutout.
Cut from the center making clockwise circles. The last pass should be at your marker line.
Add additional cutouts and finger pockets.
The finished result:
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