|Project by Mikhail||posted 271 days ago||1165 views||5 times favorited||8 comments|
Here are some zero clearance inserts I made with my son for a table saw we are rebuilding. The materials are from some maple flooring from next door.
My first attempt at creating a pattern was too loose (based on metal insert) so I did a crayon rubbing of the actual opening and used that. This generated a much nicer fitting insert. I added wooden riving knives later.
Wow, that maple is dry and just keeps sucking up the wax.
My son is very proud of the nice bit of figure in his insert.