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  1. ZCI from a ZCI

    A couple years back I picked up one of the Leecraft ZCI's and have loved it ever since. It fits my tablesaw perfectly and the adjustment screens make sure I get it dead level. However, at ~$25 a pop it would get expensive to have one for each blade, especially if you think about a dado stack...
  2. Walnut Coffee Grinder

    My wife loves coffee and one day touring the local antique stores I saw an old vintage coffee grinder. I thought that would be nice for her but thought I could make a new one. This is made from walnut with about 7 coats of wipe on Poly. The grinder mechanism I forged from molten ingots of solid...
  3. Pen from my Bradford Pear tree

    Yes, it's just a pen. But this is the first time I cut out blanks from a fresh wet log, dried it, and make a pen out of it. It's from my bradford pear tree that I recently got topped off. The wood is kinda boring to look at without any well defined grain lines, but I can at least say this pen...
  4. Table Saw Extension for my Small Shop

    Necessity is is the mother of invention…or in this case, the mother of kicking me in the butt and finally making a safe way to cut sheets of plywood. I used several ideas posted here on LJ's, but settled with my own design. I used 3/4" plywood for the bracing and Black Melamine for the top...
  5. Safety in the Woodworking Shop
    I just purchased a Leecraft ZCI for my new(used, but new to me) TS3650. I noticed the Leecraft does not have a countersunk screw hole to secure it to the table like the OEM insert does. Even though the Leecraft has front and side adjustment screws that allow it fit snug, I'm concerned that it...
  6. Blogs
    Making some blanks I started trying to make some zero clearance inserts for my saw so I can start cutting up the wood for the blanket chest I am working on. I have never done this before so I wasn't really sure what to expect. I looked around at premade inserts and could not find one...
  7. Blogs
    Video: Leecraft HT-1 Zero Clearance Insert Plate for PCB270TS FINALLY!!!
  8. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I tried to make a ZCI for my r4512 table saw. But could not get the fit just right. So I purchased a leecraft zero clearance insert. This insert is fine, it does what is should for zero clearance. However, it has the same problem as the steel insert that comes with saw. The top of the insert...
  9. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Im installing a cpl of zc inserts from Leecraft and am running into a little trouble. The blade is fully retracted of coarse. After spending about 30 mins adjusting the set and snugness screws the best I can get it to fit is ever so slightly proud towards the rear/sides and direct rear. Knowing...
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