What I needed was a small chop saw.
I have access to a 60 watt Universal Laser through Techshop. So, I designed my own chop saw.
The attached file makes a chop saw out of my 300 Series Dremel. The small cabinet has a drawer to hold Dremel parts and a drawer to catch bits as they are cut. It has a scale on the cutting table that helps me consistently cut pieces to the same length.
Full build notes here on Instructables; spotted via the Ponoko blog.
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