Shopmade zero clearance table saw inserts greatly improves the safety and efficiency of the table saw.
Zero clearance table saw inserts can easily be bought or the woodworker can simply make the inserts in the woodworking shop.
Some woodworkers choose to make their own zero clearance table saw inserts from material they have readily available in the woodworking shop.
2.) Make sure the top surface of the insert is adjusted so it is even or just slightly below the table saw surface. 4.) If you make a zero clearance table saw insert for a single table saw blade that will be used for ripping material be sure to always have a splitter in place. This amount includes seller specified US shipping charges as well as applicable international shipping, handling, and other fees. Estimated delivery dates - opens in a new window or tab include seller's handling time, origin ZIP Code, destination ZIP Code and time of acceptance and will depend on shipping service selected and receipt of cleared payment - opens in a new window or tab. This item will be shipped through the Global Shipping Program and includes international tracking. Will usually ship within 3 business days of receiving cleared payment - opens in a new window or tab. All credit card payments NOT MADE THROUGH PAYPAL MUST CALL 1-270-881-4020 to process there payment over the phone.
By submitting your bid, you are committing to buy this item from the seller if you are the winning bidder. If you are ever in Houston please drop in for a visit and see our showroom with over 7,000 Square Feet full of tools, gadgets and accessories. Upgrade your table saw’s cutting quality and safety with a zero-clearance throatplate.
Even a fresh, sharp blade will cause splintering on some woods if you use the standard throatplate that came with your table saw. Step 1: Since you are going to the effort of making one throatplate, do yourself a favor and knock out several at the same time.
Step 3: To prepare for routing, mount the metal throatplate upside down to one of your plywood blanks. Step 4: Chuck a piloted flush-trim bit in your router table, and rout off the excess material. Step 7: The quickest and easiest way to mill off the waste around the bottom edges of the plywood is with a rabbeting bit. Step 8: Adjust the rabbeting bit in your router table until the top edge of the cutters meets the reference mark you made on the throatplate blank in Step 6. Step 9: Install the new throatplate, and use a straightedge to check it for flush with the table surface.
Just about any hard, flat and machinable material can be used to make a zero clearance table saw insert.
Marking the location of the leveling screw holes with a transfer punch through the stock throat plate.

Leaving a bit of material on two sides of the insert material, I traced a line around the template (throat plate). Make sure the screws don't protrude though the bottom or they could make a mess of your router table. With this type of router bit, the bearing is actually on the top when the router is mounted under the table.
The stock throat plate has a tang on the rear that fits into a slot cut in the table's opening.
I wanted to keep this feature because it helps keep the rear of the insert from lifting out of the opening. I moved the rip fence over the insert blank making sure it was well clear of the dado blade.
Making a slot for a 10" blade follows pretty much the same procedures as the dado, except for one little problem.
Now it was just a matter of raising the blade up through the insert blank like I did with the dado.
The splitter keeps the saw blade kerf open and helps to prevent any binding or table saw kickback.
If you work with dado blades it’s a good idea to have a number of table saw accessories already made. Packaging should be the same as what is found in a retail store, unless the item is handmade or was packaged by the manufacturer in non-retail packaging, such as an unprinted box or plastic bag.
Contact the seller- opens in a new window or tab and request a shipping method to your location. You have read and agree to the Global Shipping Program terms and conditions - opens in a new window or tab. You can use dabs of hot-melt glue or strips of doubled-sided tape to stick the parts together (see Photo 3). Raise the bit until the bearing rides against the metal and the cutters just clear the top of the plywood.
With the blank resting on the throatplate tabs in the saw table, take a chisel or utility knife blade and make a mark on the edge of the plywood where it meets the table (see Photo 5).
Measure the length of the throatplate tabs inside the opening of your saw table, and install a pilot bearing on the bit that will allow the cutters to remove at least this much material. If it’s a little high, raise the rabbeting bit slightly and take another pass around the bottom edge. Chances are, your standard saw blade will be too large to drop low enough for starting the cut. It’s very simple to cut the slot for the riving knife with a mortising machine (see Photo 8).
Once you begin the habit of using a table saw insert you will wonder why you didn’t use them previously. Then there are phenolic inserts that are purchased oversized so that with a little work you can fit it to the throat opening of your saw.

If you reside in an EU member state besides UK, import VAT on this purchase is not recoverable. Import charges previously quoted are subject to change if you increase you maximum bid amount. When the teeth exit the cut, they break the weak surface fibers, and you’re left with a splintery edge. Start the cut on one of the long edges of the throatplate, feeding the workpiece from right to left and all the way around the shape. You may need to touch up the edges with a little filing or sanding before it drops easily into the opening. This establishes how much wood you’ll need to remove to drop the plate down flush with the tabletop. If it’s a tad low, stick a few strips of tape over the tab areas on the plate to raise it up. You can also make this slot by drilling pilot holes at each end of the slot and then cutting the sides of the slot with a jigsaw. The gap alongside of the saw blade of the original table saw insert is wide which can lead to tear-out and also cause more sawdust to fly. You will also feel like your level of craftsmanship went up a few notches and you will soon see improvement in the quality of your work.
When you have zero clearance table saw inserts, you will be working more confidently as well as more safely. Also, if you work with a dedicated dado sled for the table saw you will be glad to have different sized zero clearance table saw inserts. For returns you MUST call and get RMA approval, merchandise returned without an RMA will be refused. That big throatplate gap also allows slivers of offcuts to fall down inside the saw where they can jam against the blade or even fly back out at you. Start by tracing the outline of your metal throatplate onto a piece of good-quality plywood (see Photo 1). Even if its thickness is slightly greater than your standard blade, the difference won’t matter much. Also, safety concerns arise when wood debris falls into this opening next to a spinning saw blade.
Slide your rip fence partially over the new plate and so it’s clear of the blade path, and lock the fence to clamp the plate down securely.
Plywood is a better choice for making throatplates than solid wood, which can swell until it doesn’t fit the table opening. Then, start the saw and slowly raise the blade up through the new throatplate (see Photo 7).

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