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Turning a Rotary Tool into a Table Saw



Instructables user sdudley created a frame for his Dremel rotary tool that makes it an effective, if tiny, table saw. He's provided a stencil that you can print out and use as a guide when cutting the wood.

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This could benefit from a "no-voltage release switch", and I've used portable/in-line GFCI plugs for that purpose. The idea is that if you lose power for any reason while the tool is "on" it will switch off rather than have your mini-table-saw spring back to life unexpectedly, flinging whatever into your eye.
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