Here is my workbench, you will see I have set up t-tracks and made quite a few fixtures for it. I had my big Dillon reloader on it and it worked fine, but I decided I wanted more space on the bench and moved the Dillon to a dedicated stand, a ex-grinder stand from SEARS.
This shows my rifle cleaning hold-down and behind it a powder drop, both slide into the t-track on the bench when used.
Here is the Dillon 650 and also a Square deal, the 650 is bolted to the grinder bench, the square deal goes in the t-track where the single stage press was on the first pic, actually all my t-tracks are nearly perfectly spaced so the accessories can go between any 2 t-tracks, the 650 stretched across 3 t-tracks. NOTE the Festool short rails on the right side, to keep it on topic
And to keep on Festool topic, would you believe that only 4 months ago, at xmas time I had NO festool of any kind ? The remaining SYSAZ drawers are on order but were backordered