Table Saw Cabinet

Providing a home for blades, inserts, and more, this cabinet is the perfect companion for your time at the table saw.

It’s not always easy to keep an organized shop. Whether you’ve become wrapped up in a project, unearthed the contents of a drawer looking for some long-lost tool, or been stricken by a case of end-of-the-day apathy, clutter can build up quick. For that reason, some of my favorite shop projects are simple and efficient organizers — like the one you see here. It’s no secret to anyone with a shop that space is always at a premium, and that extends to walls too. Our designer, Chris Fitch, had this in mind when creating the double-doored cabinet here. Behind the first door lies pockets for your inserts and the perfect place to store your most used blades. The second door encloses lesser-used blades and dado spacers. Magnetic catches guarantee the doors will hold fast, while the pull and cutout make opening them a snap. While function is certainly foremost in this cabinet, that doesn’t mean there isn’t some room for form as well. Baltic birch provides not only strength, but visual interest along the edges and a sleek look on the faces after a few coats of lacquer. Rounded corners and edges soften otherwise harsh lines, helping the cabinet look right at home in your shop. Overall, this simple cabinet will work wonders when it comes to organizing your table saw.



What You Get:

  • 7 pages of step-by-step instructions
  • 29 full-color photos, illustrations, and exploded views
  • Materials List & Project Supplies Sources

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