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Posted on zero clearance dado damage

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#1 posted 05-08-2012 03:27 AM

have to concur with sawkerf, the only way you can really catch a throat plate of that nature is to start the saw past the height allowable for the blade in the insert, which well you’d notice, if you raise a saw into a plate it should cut through the insert before it can catch.

However a good sharp dado set of decent quality should aleviate the need for a zero clearance plate.

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