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Hey guys! I just added some much needed storage to my shop with this Table Saw Storage Cabinet.

It goes under the right wing of my table saw and holds all my blades, accessories and even jigs. The two sides have vertical sliding panels in them which house my most used items like blade change wrenches, and push sticks. The 5 drawers in the center tackle everything else.

If you're interested I have a full video on how I made it and I do have plans available for it. You can see it all over at : http://fixthisbuildthat.com/table-saw-cabinet-diy-storage-plans/

Thanks for looking!
Brad

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Hey Brad
Awesome video and really cool idea with the drawer slide But I recently just built my own version and gotta say it's awesome to have

Nice job
 

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LOL, only took me about 10 years to finally build a cabinet for under the uni saw, boy howdy, do i wish i'd done it a whole lot sooner.

nice plan and layout, may have to incorporate some of the ideas into a future unit
rj
 

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That's a well thought out design. I've been planning on building one of these. I hadn't considered the vertical side panels. I really like those. I'll be incorporating that idea into mine.
 

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wish I had room to set a storage cabinet BUT the video did some jogging of my memory - Thanks

great build !
 

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that's a great cabinet,those vertical pull outs are the way to go, incorporated one on my drill press cabinet to hold bits.your tutorials and videos are fantastic.
 

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Nice work. The slide out drawer on the end with the blades is very creative idea
 

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That looks great and will definitely come in handy. Great job
 

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Nicely done! Both the wood working and video/tutorial.
 

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Thanks for sharing your design. I have been looking for a design that will hold all the accessories and blades for my PM 66. Should have built it a long time ago, but glad I saw your design for the vertical storage first. Liked the video. Thanks for sharing.
 
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