A couple of things come to mind for your cabinet build.
First of all, I assume that you will be building them from sheet good (plywood, MDF, etc.). A full sheet is very heavy and bulky — not a lot of fun to wrestle across a Shopsmith, or any tablesaw for that matter. You may want to have your supplier break the sheets down into more manageable pieces. Even so, I’d recommend two roller stands, one for infeed, and one for outfeed. I’ve been very pleased with my Rockler flip-top stand, which happens to be on sale right now. I also have one of their regular roller stands. But at the sale price, I’d just get two of the flip-top stands.https://www.rockler.com/heavy-duty-fliptop-roller-stand
If you want to break down the sheet goods yourself, a track saw is an excellent investment. Festool has an intensely loyal following, but comes with a premium price tag. I have the Makita, which is an excellent saw at a better price. Other major manufacturers include DeWalt, Triton, and now Kreg.
Do you know what type of joinery you’ll be using? For the face frames, common and relatvely easy joinery methods include pocket screws, biscuits, dowels, and loose tenons. You’ll need jigs and/or tools to use any of these. Shopsmith makes a very nice biscuit-joiner attachment: https://www.shopsmith.com/ownersite/cat ... joiner.htm
For an overview of face-frame joinery options, check out this Rockler article: https://www.rockler.com/joinery-methods-face-frames