A portable pillar drill for different kinds of drill, this is perfect to use together with a Dremel 3000 as it's shown in the photos, but you can adjust the top hole to use other kinds of drills. This machine is very precise and would work well for electronic parts. You will need to source a nut and bolt to fix the drill into the stand, anyway if you have a Dremel 3000 you can screw it into the bottom hole.
You can print the pieces with 0.30 resolution and 25% infill as I have done this for the model. The shaft and the two shaft holders have to be printed with no less than 50% infill ; print the table piece for drilling different sized objects such as electronics. I recommend to print the shaft and the 2 transmissions using the same color because they have to be very precise. You will need 4 hours and 41 minutes to print the complete pillar drill. When your pieces are ready, slide the gear onto the shaft and glue them together, then insert the shaft into the base and glue the two shaft holders onto the base to stop the shaft from moving up. Slide the drill holder onto the base then glue the leaver onto the shaft.