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Posted on Zero Clearance Inserts Specifically for Powermatic Table Saws

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#1 posted 08-19-2009 03:11 AM

How about a “roofing” nail. Drill the correct size hole in the bottom of the insert very near the back end. Insert the nail and adjust the length so it fits under the top of the table. Cut the nail to the correct length and epoxy/CA glue in place. The nail head should be large enough to “catch” the underside of the table and prevent the insert from flipping out. Better yet, use a roofing “cap nail”- the kind used to hold down builders roofing felt. The plastic cap is quite large and securely fastened.

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