This drill press table is build entirely out of packing wood which I found in the workshop. There have been some big pieces of 6mm beech plywood and a few whitewood boards.
I used the boards for the legs and as a core for the table top I clued together. I was surprised how well the plywood looked, after I’ve spend some time with sanding and oiling. A couple of weeks later I made the drawer for the drill bits. The storage system is made without any clue, so it’s stays flexible. Don’t really like systems which are not flexible, because I can’t tell now, sizes of drill bits I will need in the future.
I’ll build at least one more drawer. Think they can also be useful for thread cutters, countersinks and so on.