Smallest motorized saw for straight cuts?
A hobby of mine is making DIY speakers. My first project was a big subwoofer (64x60x54cm), and I had a carpenter build the cabinet because I had no tools.
My next project will most likely be a center channel speaker, so it'd be much smaller than the first one. It would still require some tools, though. What I'm missing right now is the ability to make straight cuts. I have a Dremel 3000 now, which can make circle cuts with the Dremel 678-01 accessory (up to 30cm in diameter). This accessory can also make straight cuts, but it's not long enough to work with a typical MDF panel, which are huge, but only up to 15cm from the edge of the board or so.
Of course, a tablet saw would be perfect. So will a band saw. But these things are "machines" rather than just "tools", and are expensive and also require permanent space for storage (ie, you can't put them in a closet when they're not in use). So what would be a decent hand-held alternative, for use with a guide for example? Something affordable for a hobbyist.