From the popular mechanical site, the table saw is an amazing machine that is invaluable for their portability and precise cutting capabilities.
However, their size is a disadvantage when cutting the complete 4x8 plywood.
You can build a table for a saw connected to the workbench, instead of building an output table to be attached to the saw.
Jimbo garage's Jimbo uses the DeWalt site table saw in all of his woodworking projects, like most DIYers, he doesn't have enough space to accommodate a full-size table saw.
Jimbo decided to use his existing workbench and attach a DIY table for his saw instead of building an output table for his saw.
He made the table accessories removable and made steel legs strong enough to support the saw, which was easy to slide out when the saw was not in use.
The project is simple and requires only a saw to cut the wood and also a drill/drive to assemble the table.
Wood legs can replace steel, but buy steel legs if you have welded ribs: they will be stronger and more durable.