Hmm, the SketchUp model works for me when I download it on either computer (using SketchUp Make 2015). Here are some images if it's still not working (or for those who don't want SketchUp). Click thumbs to embiggen the image.
First, a look at the base, here with the top sheet of plywood hidden. 2x4s and some scraps of 3/4" MDF left over from other pieces of the project. The top and bottom of this base will be 1/2" plywood. The 2x4s are not evenly spaced, but are designed to line up with the vertical supports that will be shown next:
Here I show the top plywood surface as well as the vertical supports. I thought it would be stronger to notch out the plywood and let the vertical supports directly attach to the 2x4s beneath - if that isn't true I can change this :)
More 2x4s. The weirdly notched out ones have a cut-out for another 2x4, and the angle is just so I don't bang into the dang things and hurt myself.
The full carcass of the table
The bottom of the two saw support shelves, showing the slots where the bolts will go through. Sides are 1/2" ply, bottom is 3/4" MDF
The upper saw support shelf floating mysteriously on the invisible leveling legs. The yellow is painted angle iron.
With the table top. Two sheets of 3/4" MDF with some cheap laminate on top. 3/4" Red Oak is used for the trim (and all the other hardwood in this project)
Showing how this would look with the saw installed.
And with the painted rails for the fence.
Here I didn't really have a good plan for paneling the back, as I didn't want it to extend past the back of the legs, so I put some 1x1s around to screw plywood panels against.
With some plywood paneling. The saw compartment is left open for access to the bolts, leveling feet, and dust collection, which on this saw is in the rear.
And for a huge leap forward, with the outfeed table added. This is scaled up from a Woodworker's Journal article. Basically, the leg is a giant 15" wide sliding dovetail with a barrel bolt and a shelf to hold it in position. This gives about 46 inches of support behind the peak of the blade.