Here, we are going to present to you the world’s tiniest circular SAW that actually works. It has been designed and fabricated by Lance Abernethy who is an expert at creating miniature objects using 3D printing.
Earlier this year, he had designed another of his master pieces. It is a mini cordless drill that comes with a tiny drill bit, as well as, power button. He even designed a plastic case, like the one for the conventional drills, in which the drill can be carried.
This time he has designed the world’s smallest SAW. Like the bigger drills it also comes with a small power button and also has a tiny handle to hold it. Blade is also covered with a guard to protect your fingers. This SAW may not find its utility to cut the stronger materials like wood but it can be used to shape up things like a slice of brie.
The tools used by Abernethy to design and fabricate this 3D SAW include Onshape software for designing. While for the fabrication he used the Ultimaker 2 3D printer. Many small LEGO toolkit like toys could be built using this SAW. Which can then be used to make a small house, for example.