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#1 posted 05-08-2012 03:23 AM

Now I get it… it’s meant for that one particular width makes sense. Still, I’m surprised it didn’t flip back at you when raising the blade up through it. I may be wrong, but I’d figure out a way to secure it. But I’ve never had a problem with rip-out when cutting dados, since the blade is at such a low angle. If the regular plate has a wide enough opening, maybe try a few test cuts to see if the zero clearance is really necessary.

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