Open source plans for building one big and one small workbench, out of 2x standard 4x8 (1220x2440) sheets of plywood (18-19mm or 3/4" - thickness not too important) (if you follow included cutlits too a tee. Customize away of course!)
Super strong, due to the corner leg assembly, and the wide skirtings around the table top.
Digging through old pics on Google Photos - found what I think was the very first one I built using the same design method: corner legs, skirts, table top. All cut by the store, and assembled at home with minimal tools:
Terrible picture, that was probably around 2014 (;
Might have made a CNC out the Garage table from the previous log (; but not going to go into details here about that (; - but point is, let your imagination run wild. Change the world, one table at a time!
Slight off-cutlist this time, but added a shelf underneath. Exactly the same concept as the other too though. Gave this one a coat of Polyester resin (thus the bags on the left protecting the porch) - looks really good and will resist some of the stains. This ones going in the garage