My dad did some of the most intricate work of anybody I have known. He worked in miniature with wood, metal, plaster, cloth, plastics, you name it he probably worked with it. For woodworking, he had a 10" Delta Table saw, a 9" homelite bandsaw that I now have and an 8" craftsman Radial arm saw. The table saw, even tho it was designed to use a 10" blade, he used it mostly with a fine toothed 6" blade, or smaller. The bandsaw, I don't know how fine a blade he used, I only inherited the saw itself. The RAS he setup with a worm drive to give better control. He often used a camera to sight his work as he did the finishing touches. Some projects he work almost entirely by looking thru his camera.
Not suggesting the same tools for use here. I like Roger's suggestions. My dad would have had the JMP, I am sure, had it been around while he was alive. It might have allowed him to work a little longer. He worked for a few years after he was declared legally blind. He had ARED, but even tho he could not see directly in front thru the center of his eye, he figured ways to see using the tools he had. I have a lot of his hand tools, some I don't even know what they are. Every now and then, I need something I don't have, or don't even know what it is that I need. I look thru his old boxes and suddenly, i discover just what I need.