This bench is not really worth taking a picture, but since you asked....
I have to take this picture from the side since I do not have enough room to take from the front.
This is a home made top attached to Geoffrey Noden Adjustabench legs. I rarely take advantage of the height adjustment function, mostly since this became a "clutter" collector. I need to spend some time to move this clutter, I just have to figure out where/how.
Fir edging with a 3/4in MDF top. This is reinforced with 3/4in plywood for the legs/vise area. If I made this today, I would use a denser wood like white oak.
In the far end is the normal quick release vise. Near end if the pipe clamp vise.
This is a closeup of the pipe clamp vise. The metallic band above the vise is the edge of a large stainless steel pan. This was put on the bench as a cover so I could glue, finish etc. At the moment it serves to keep the clutter from falling off.
I should have opened the vise more. Their is a button to release the mechanism which is hidden in this view. As a back-up there is a ring behind the clamp bracket which also releases the mechanism.
Hard maple scraps glued together for the jaws.