This is a version based on oikos dremel table saw, hes cutting table was adapted for a Milwaukee M12 rotary tool.
The original table was adapted for a Milwaukee rotary tool M12, this one was made to be 1 piece so there is no need to attach to anything, the tool wont move anywhere since its attached to the cutting table.
I use this only for cut plastic and similar small materials, for metal and harder stuff I use bigger tools. Even if this can handle metal depending on the saw you install on it keep that in mind.
This was printed and test it before post it on thingiverse.
The Milwaukee M12 tool just need to be screw in to the socket. Unscrew the original cap from the tool.
M3 hardware its necessary for assembly, dimensional accuracy its important here since everything was made for a tight fit, major parts was design to just snap together.
The blades can be any you like they are very common, this table was design for use 44mm metal blades.
Oikos design have more info and videos if you need more info about this table saw.
-M12 tool base 35%, 4 solid layers top and bottom solid diaphragm every 20 layers
-Back support 15-20%
-Rotatory tool socket 35% solid diaphragm every 20 layers
-Angle guide 50% or more
-Under angle guide 100%
-Scroll wheel 100%
-Linear guide 50-100% depends on your own needs
-Saw table 35% 4-5 bottom solid layers, outline/perimeters 3-4 layers, top 3-4
-Cover pin 100%
Printed in a Creality CR-10s, Flashforge Finder and a Qidi tech 1.
-Sanding may be necessary depending on your printer results
-A deburring tool may help you to clean the edges easily if you print a lot I strongly recommend you to get one will make your life easy.
Use safety equipment before use this and keep in mind this was made for minor jobs.
PLA its good enough for light jobs