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Posted on Leecraft TS insert is making me nervous

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#1 posted 05-21-2019 07:02 PM

Before flipping the switch I now press down on the insert each time to make sure it s fully seated, but I haven t seen anybody else talk about any of this so I figured I should ask…

Thanks!
Jeff

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This suggests to me that the insert is not fastened down with anything. I always make my own inserts and once the blade slot is cut, the blade usually continues to rub a bit. No problem because my saw has two places where small screws threaded into the insert support tabs hold it down. This is a little inconvenient, but I have no concerns about it flying out. You might consider drilling and taping for some hold down screws (or at least one).


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