Given that the pick and place has put a serious squeeze on the budget, I wasn't looking forward to dropping a few hundred euros on a table for it. After a trip to Ikea and a nearby hardware store, I can confidently say you can build a nice, solid table for the mdc 7722FV (80x80cm) for around 50€ and an hour's work.
After looking at every table in Ikea, I was surprised that the cheapest model desert table was also (by far) the most solid. The wooden legs are very substantial, and can easily support the weight of the machine, plus you have room underneath for the pc and some reels. Plus, being wood it's wonderfully DIYable. This is the model I picked up:http://www.ikea.com/fr/fr/catalog/products/70011793
Since the table is only 50x60cm, I also bought two thick pieces of 40x80cm wood (for an 80x80cm surface), screwed them onto the wooden top, screwed a power bar onto the side of the stand to power everything cleanly and conveniently, and have been happy with the results. Almost no movement on the table when the machine is at full speed, and the two wheels on one side allow me to (carefully!) move the machine if i need to.
Just thought I'd throw that out there if someone else is looking for somewhere to put their machine on a budget.