Probably more of a toy then for serious work, nevertheless, it works and does a job. I have set up my older 6v Unimat 1 with parts from the Unimat Classic, being a bench type jig saw attachment. After a few adjustments I gave it a try and had it cutting PCB board, though slowly. If I wanted to make sleepers it would be a bit time consuming, but it is good for accurate work with softer materials like softwoods (E.g. thin pine that I will be cutting and hobbyist plyboards etc).
The good thing is that I can keep this as it is while I can dedicate the other tools to other uses. Ideal for my little workshop...
Maybe in future years I will get a circular type table saw if I am careful with my fingers. At least this tool above is made with a short stroke, which means if my fingers touch the jigsaw type blade it won't hurt my skin, unlike a circular saw which has potential to do some harm.
I am happy though just to have something different in my little collection of tools.
No doubt I will be putting it to work in the future.