White oak framed workbench designed to support long wood utilizing a dual bevel compound miter saw. I needed storage for miscellaneous cut-off pieces of wood. This bench has been constructed essentially as drawn except four slots were routed on the left table instead of just 2 and the were spaced to allow the fence to be cut at a later date so that another tool that could use a fence could be utilized, such as a bench mortising machine. The top was constructed in 2 layers. The first was 3/4" OSB and the tops was 3/4" MDF. They were glued together using floor construction adhesive (PL-400). The sides of the top were faced with 1/4" thick white oak. The only thing I would have changed would be to allow for vertical adjustment of the table tops since they need to match up to the saw exactly. I used shims. This is my first attempt at Sketchup.