Saw Blade Storage
Here are three easy-to-build storage systems that protect your saw blades while also keeping them well organized.
Finding a place to store all of the saw blades for a circular saw, miter saw, and table saw can be a problem. You needed to find a way to store them in an organized fashion and protect the carbide teeth from chipping. The blade storage cabinet in this plan is a great way to do that. The pull-out trays store a number of blades in a small space. And the blades nestle in custom cutouts in the trays to protect the teeth.
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