Part 1: The workbench base
At the end of last year, it was finally time to get a real workbench in my shop. Until now I just worked on a plank put on top of two saw horses, and it was not ideal, especially when doing some task for which you need a stable base.
However, it was good that I waited sometime before building my bench - this way I could build something which suits my needs. The new bench needs to be on wheels so I can move it around and it needs to fit through the shop door, this limited the overall size to be no wider than 750mm. Which is 50mm smaller than my old bench was.
In this first part, I build the base of the bench. It contains space for drawers, three on the left side and one at the top directly below the table top. On the right side, there is space for my shop vac and its accessories. The build of the base went pretty smooth apart from some errors in the wood lengths but nothing which I could not correct myself.