When i started printing my own PCBs at home i was searching for a way of cutting the printed boards. I had tried lots of ways like a hand saw, a mini drill tool but nothing was that good as the jigsaw. But jigsaw was difficult to control for small PCB pieces. So i thought that it would be a good idea if i make a base to use the Jigsaw in upside down mode as a stable device like a band sawmill table. I took measurements of the jigsaw and i made a wooden base for it.
This construction also helped me to cut the aluminium boxes where i put my power supplies. It's an easy and very helpfull way of converting the jigsaw to a stable machine.