I still want to get both vehicles in my garage so I have very limited space. When I want to do metallic reloading, I have to move the Automate . The bench is pre drilled for my other reloaders. It is actually surprising how little space you can make work.
Don't listen to these guy with the electric presses. Your press has a handle to pull down. It needs to be close enough to the edge of the table for full travel of the handle . The electric and hydrolic presses don't even need to be bolted down. Using the handle will put a lot of pressure on the forward edge to shake that press and table.
You would be better off building a bench frame like Wadhoppers and putting the table top you have on it. Bolting it to a wall is even better.
I have two reloading benches, with my shotgun reloading bench doubling as my gunsmithing bench. The MEC600 Jr. is held on with C-clamps when I'm using it, and sits on the floor when I'm not. This is the metallic loading bench:
The shotgun reloading/gunsmithing bench. I do actually clean it occasionally.
I ran out of room on my loading bench (3) Dillons and a Redding. So, I used an old audio-video stand for my PW. Now I can move it to where I want it, and just anchor it down. This works out great if I want it in the garage. Nice and portable.
I do my reloading on a multipurpose bench I share with my other hobbies and projects. The bench top is an old office cubicle desk system part I got surplus for free" I drilled holes for the various loaders and other equipment and have “T” nuts installed so they bolt down as needed. I simply swAp out equipment as needed.
Sturdy is good. I have bolts in the bench that come through the top from underneath. Single stage presses have been drilled to the progressive press bolt pattern, and I can mount any of 14 MEC presses in seconds. A different hull? I pull out a different press.