As of right now I own 31 systainers and storage space for them has been a problem. As of last week, I had appropriate locations for 22 of them, but half a dozen or so were constantly getting missplaced where they were either in the way and/or I couldn't quickly find the systainer that I needed for the task at hand. I'm right in the middle of a big shop tool rationalization and reorganization and it suddenly occurred to me that there was a little used spot where I could easily store 6 to 10 systainers. That spot was on top of the mobile base under my General 650 tablesaw. I have no excuse for not thinking of this years ago but better late than never. I have been keeping a scrap wood bin there, but that's all:
This piece of plywood could serve as a platform if properly supported:
The support at the end closest to the cabinet was a little complicated:
But the support at the other end was very simple. In this photo, both supports have been screwed to the platform which is lying upside down behind the mobile base:
Here, the platform is in place and the scrap bin has been placed upon it:
And, here are a couple of photos with several systainers on the platform:
I am happy to report that the table saw is just a mobile as it was before it picked up these "hitchhikers".