Miniature tablesaw for making miniature furniture.
I printed this 150% size, and the parameters are made to fit my own rotary tool, an off-brand dremel. I also test printed it 100% size to see if the parts align nice and look good.
Either edit the model to fit the parts you have, or find nuts and bolts of the right size. If you want to go lazy, you can also just print just a little too large and fill the gaps with hot glue. That's what i did with the rotary tool part. If you do this and want to be able to use the rotary tool for other things put some paper around it first, it stays in place nicely without being glued.
You also need to have a surface, i left empty areas on the model to save filament. Cardboard is sufficient. I made my own from cerealbox. Also you may want to have a spacer to bring the gap closer, to saw smaller parts, i'll be making my own from popsicle sticks when i need it.
My models are naturally robust, my own printer is cheap and easy, so the models i make are possible to print on just about anything. This one turned out also quite easy to assemble.
Oh. And if you cut your finger when working with this, please blame the rotarytool makers, this is just a rig to make straight parts easier to make...
Also. Sorry for not posting a picture. I'm too lazy for that right now.