I made up something quite similar for several of my tools. Made a
base which has a recess in it that fit's a 20" x 10" x 3/4" piece of
plywood ( basically an oversize router table ). Then I made up
several boards of that dimension and mounted my planer, table saw,
mitre saw and benchtop router table on each of them.
Whenever I need to use a tool, I just pick up the (planer, table
saw, mitre saw etc ) and place it in the base. Leaves me more room in
my small shop having one base for many tools. When not in use, the
tools have a shelf of their own and stack quite neatly in one corner
of the shop. The single base only takes up a fifth of the room that
all of them would need.
It didn't take me long at all to make up the base, nor the boards to
mount the tools to. Hope this helps.
I built something similar, though not very pretty. I basically used
2x4's, and some of the framing connectors that you can get at HD or
Lowes. I made the stand about 33"x30", then screwed in some more
2x4's for runners at the height I wanted to store the tools.
I use a B&D Workmate for my stand, so I mounted each tool to a piece
of 3/4" plywood that was the size of the top, and attached a 7x25'ish
piece of plywood to the bottom. That allows me to remove the center
panel on the workmate and clamp the tool to the workmate using the
clamping table, but leaves clearence so that the tool rests on the
main plywood base while in the rack, rather than resting on the 7"
runner in the center.