. Added a french cleat so I could put it out of the way when not needed. When I want to change a blade I can bring the whole thing to the saw. If you buy another blade, you can just add another slot to the end of it.
Be careful reaching over that thing. I did something like that for my Work Sharp workstation to hold the glass disks. The bar holds them in place just in case. I love the red knobs, painted with Ferrari Red fingernail polish. Many of my shop cabinets have bright red knobs.
I just skip the wood and drive a nail in a post. I then hang the blades using the hole in the center. I doubt that it matters but it keeps the edges safe by not sitting on wood for years at a time until I finally need the blade. Yours looks much nicer though!
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