Often, full size woodworking tools are just too big or too powerful for working on small scale projects such as an automaton. Fortunately, companies such as Proxxon make power woodworking tools for small scale projects. I've posted in the past about the Proxxon Miniature Tables saw and the Proxxon Miniature Miter Saw
-- both of which I own. Here is The Proxxon Micro Shaper, a small router table that takes 1/8" bits -- perfect for minature-making and other small-scale woodworking projects. From the Product Literature:This miniature router table is the perfect sized machine for small-scale routing and trimming applications. Ideal for model building such as railroads, airplanes, doll houses and more! Features powerful 115V, 60Hz, 1/8 HP motor.
I can assure you that Proxxon tools are very well made and will surprise you with their performance.
Here is where you can check out the Proxxon Micro Shaper
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