I recently upgraded from my contractor’s saw to a cabinet saw. I love how smooth the saw runs. There was just one downside to the deal, and that was losing the mobile storage stand that my contractor saw was mounted to. Needing to store all the things that were previously stored in the stand, I designed and built a wall-mounted version that accomplishes the same thing. As you can see in the photos and drawing above, the door of this cabinet is where I hang my standard table saw blades. Inside, I store my dado set, arbor wrench, and other tools. Push sticks and other accessories can sit on the shelves. The door and the cabinet are identical in size and depth. The panel in the door is centered, and the cabinet back is inset slightly to allow space for beveled wall cleats. Spacers are added to the panels to hold the blades away from the surface. The blades are held in place with wing nuts as shown above.