Here are some images of the table I built for a base. It is 57" by 63". I wanted it a little long so I can build supports later to hold a 4x8 sheet of plywood so I can cut it in half. Top is 1/2 mdf and the base is all 2x4s. It turned out very stable.
Also the 1030 crossmember I got already had holes in them to accept bolts. But I also got them too long at 57". I assumed the undermount brackets from crp would need the crossmembers to go under the rail, I was wrong. So I had to cut them to 54" I did it with a miter saw and a carbide tiped blade. The new blade for only $15 and I used some wd40 on them when I cut them. Make sure to clamp them down real good.