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I leave mine right on top of my 3612 mounted in the miter channel. Been doing this for years without a mishap. I try not to use the top of my saw for a storage area so getting it banged and bumped around isn't a problem.
I decided to change calling the bathroom the "John" and renamed it the "Jim". I feel so much better saying I went to the Jim this morning.
I have a tray that is attached to the left side of the stand that holds my second miter gage, ZCIs, push sticks, etc.
Sears used to sell an accessory kit for their Table Saws that came with two baskets. I happened to be in Sears one day a couple years ago and they a set on the clearance table for $9.99 marked down from $19.99 so I bought them.
One is mounted on my TS and the other on my RAS. I think you could easily make something similar to the one on the TS from wire shelving. It is open ended and just need two bends to make the shape. It's very handy.
In fact, I just jumped over to the Craftsman site and they still carry these for $19.99
Mfr. Model# 32040
Keeps accessories, fence, table insert plates, project pieces handy and ready for use. Two 8-3/4 x 36 in. baskets; 1 open end, 1 closed end.
"It's a table saw, do you know where your fingers are?" Bob D. 2006