That unit appears to be of the type that would be used with a pillar drill or motor with a Morse taper (MT) shaft. There are normally 2 ways to mount a sawblade:
1. Direct drive - the blade is secured to the motor arbour with flange washer and nut arrangement.
2.Indirect drive - a pulley and belt on the motor shaft drives a pulley mounted on to a separate arbour on to which the blade in mounted.
Both methods can be problematic (from the designer's point of view) if rise and fall/tilt are required.
There is a variety of pullies, belts and arbours freely available on the web and quite possibly in your local tool store - worth a look!
When surfing the web recently, I discovered a miniature saw bench on ebay that was offered by a Chinese seller (search 'miniature saw bench' on ebay) for £66 GBP with free postage. Depth of cut was 13mm, which should suit intarsia and might be worth a look although I have no idea of its quality.
Hope this helps!
Do you need to adapt a hole in the blade to fit 1/2 inch arbor of the motor? example: https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_n...+Blade+Bushing
...or do you need to step up/down the diameter of the 1/2" arbor shaft coming from the motor? This is a link to a US industrial supplier I use which includes arbors and assorted adaptors. You may be able to cross reference the part you need on this site with your local industrial supplier or have a local machinist to turn what you need if MSC is not a company you want to use: https://www.mscdirect.com/browse/tn/...navid=12100108
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