After looking at a few of the designs on this board. I found a good site that was similar to some of the builds here and had some easy to ready plans: https://www.bitterrootdiy.com/diy-mobile-workbench-with-table-saw-miter-saw/
I need to do some work around the table saw, get a dust extractor setup and probably a lot more. But pretty happy so far.
It would be great to hear more about how you tackled this project and see updates along the way as you add more to it.
Well done @topper. Thanks for keeping us updated. Will you be adding anything else?
Alright, finally getting around to giving you more details. They will be lacking, because I have a horrid memory but I'll try.
I used treating pine for the frame, mdf for the bottom shelf and..... Something that I can't remember for the top shelf. I recall the Bunnings guy suggesting it and stating that it was used in concreting. No problems so far.
I predominately followed the instructions in the linked post but made small changes here and there to fit my tools.
For example, I cut a bit out of the frame to allow for the table saw's arms to slide through. I may have used two shelves where the table saw is because I mis-measured. Measure once, be a dunce?
I'll upload pics with my mobile soon to show what I mean for the small changes.
For someone who knows what they're doing, I would say this is < then a days work. Me, it took about 2.5 days of mediocre effort and poor measuring.