What follows is just a description of how I made mine. I used a lot of scrap I had around the house and fudged it in quite a bit. Your results may vary. And lets get this out of the way. I use a hydraulic Jack with mine and it exerts 10 tons of pressure... should things get out of hand with some over amped jack operator I take NO responsibility.
Step 1: Make a frame
I screwed them together as I went so I did not have to wrangle them into position later.
Step 2: Bolt the frame together
I tightened until the washers started to sink into the wood!
Step 3: Outfall
I hammered it in snug.
Step 4: Strap it and give it legs
After that I just used some more spare wood to make some legs... Anything will do really.
Step 5: Make a press plate
Then I added another piece of the same size to the bottom of the plate and screwed them together.
I then drilled a 1.5" hole in the center.
Next I lined the hole in the press plate up with the pipe and screwed the plate down... and broke for lunch.
Step 6: BOX and Lid
I also made a lid that fits inside the box and slides around without catching on the walls. I doubled the thickness of the lid and left some big screws out to grab hold of if i needed to pull lid out.
And again because I am a little crazy I used another ratchet strap around the box.