Okay, not quite (though it would really be nice), but here's the thing:
As part of my work I've regularly needed to slice thin sections of brass - copper - aluminum tubing ( 1/32" to 1/8" OD) to get disks in the .025 -1/16" range. Most of the time only coarse precision is needed but I've been able to get it pretty close and then trim to whatever I need. The rig I use is simplicity: a variable speed Dremel tool and an Xacto knife with a new #11 blade.
But today I needed to get a .030" slice from a .156" OD tube and the Dremel's capacity is only 1/8". I managed to do it with a bench drill press but found that my hand's steadiness and ability to hold the blade straight across the tube was absolutely awful working vertically under the DP chuck instead of above a horizontal Dremel.
Obviously I could use a 1/4" (or 3/8") hand drill but they're massive (and vastly overpowered) compared to what I really need which is to trim slices on up to 1/4" OD tubing. Is anyone aware of a tool similar to the Dremel with at least 1/4" capacity?