Further to my original post
, I have now built my work table.
Firstly, apologies to Brice - I had fully intended to photograph every stage of the build,and write an article for his website, but I'd got half way through it before I remembered. Sorry mate.
I picked up a couple of sheets of 18mm WBP hardwood ply (one 6'x2' long grain, one 4'x2' cross-grain) on Wednesday evening, and built the table yesterday. I had tried to get a decent birch ply, but the only place that stocked it locally wanted 70GBP for an 8'x4' sheet...
Here are a couple of views of the finished item:
And with some systainers installed:
Using the MFT top allows the MFT-SP clamps to be used:
Or alternatively the standard clamps can also be used (even with the systainers in, there's still room to fit the clamps):
With the sacrificial MFT top removed, you can see the frame underneath: