Looking for a project, I figured a new bed would be a good idea. So I built one. First of all, a plan was necessary that takes into consideration the limited amount of tools, especially the absence of any kind of saw. Japandi, a style incorporating Japanese minimalism and Scandinavian purism, turned out to be the perfect fit.
Preparation is key, so I ordered lots of drills that can become useful for future projects.
It is good to have a combination square ready at hand, even more so if it is orange and from Sweden.
The fast release Würth bit holder and quality bits Made in Germany were quite some investment for such small tool, but turned out to be essential. I planned using Würth screws with AW bits as well, but the Berner ones I got in the end are as good. Now I am left with 268 pieces of 4,5x60 and 92 pieces of 6x130 screws.
Also I was worried the screw heads would stick out further from the heavy-duty angle bracket, but they fit nicely.