Just to share some ideas on making a small, pushable workbench, using a cabinet, where planes and other things can be stored. It is practical for small spaces, or as a second bench.
The cabinet is made of 3/4″ pine p.w. with oak-frame feet. The top is a discarded 2″+ thich kitchen counter piece.
A key feature is the use of the “Horse-Power Clamp” which does a good job for holding boards for planing, and other things.
Two 3/8″ through-holes on the bench allow a pegged strip of 1/4″ p.w. to be used as a planing stop. The pegs are glued onto one of the strips. At 1/4″, thinner board can be planned. For thicker boards, wafer strips with holes only are sandwiched, increasing the thickness. The stop easily lifts out.
Here’s the pictures: