Sometimes, projects in the shop are simple and quick, often to answer an organizational need. During a major shop cleanup and re-organization, I took down the shelves on the wall to the right of the tablesaw, as they were difficult to access and accumulating scraps that were hardly ever used. One function of a small part of the lowest shelf that I lost was keeping my tablesaw pushblocks, featherboards, angle jigs, etc., within easy reach.
Using plywood and a drawer slide reclaimed from my former office cabinetry and taking advantage of unused floorspace under the extension table, I built this small cabinet in an afternoon. Now, my most often used tablesaw accessories are back within easy reach!