Slot A Zero Clearance Insert Safely

Slot A Zero Clearance Insert Safely Woodworking Jigs

Slot a zero clearance insert safely is article about Woodworking Jigs bookmarked by timothy with ID 12437437567 was uploaded on 18-01-2019 and has been viewed 77,118 times.

Here's how to safely cut a blade slot in a new zero-clearance tablesaw insert.With the blade all the way down, lock the rip fence in place over the right edge of the insert.Clamp the fence at the back.

Next, make a temporary long-reach clamp with a clamp, two scrap blocks, and a piece of long stock.The long stock should reach from the edge (or front or back) of the tablesaw to near the center of the left side of the insert.

Now you can safely raise the blade through the secured insert with your hands well clear of the blade area...

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