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  • TS3650

    Just purchased this saw...Lokking for the right inserts. Ordered inserts and got the wrong ones from parts.
    Need dado and zero clearance......

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    They're not available yet from RIDGID. Use the insert that came with your saw as a pattern and make yourself some blanks.
    Teach your kids about taxes..........eat 30 percent of their ice cream.

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    • #3
      Joe: I ran into the same thing. Got PO'd, came back home and made myself six blanks that I could use for different bevels e.g. 45 degrees, 15 degrees, and zero clearance or dado's.

      Took me longer to find my flush trim bit than it did to make them. I tapped some 10x32 holes into them and screwed in allen head set screws to adjust them flush to table top. I put a spot of epoxy on each set screw to keep it from changing from the vibration.

      Ended up with about a dollar in each, which is just a little less than the $15.97 HD wanted for them.

      Woodrat

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      • #4
        Joe: I ran into the same thing. Got PO'd, came back home and made myself six blanks that I could use for different bevels e.g. 45 degrees, 15 degrees, and zero clearance or dado's.

        Took me longer to find my flush trim bit than it did to make them. I tapped some 10x32 holes into them and screwed in allen head set screws to adjust them flush to table top. I put a spot of epoxy on each set screw to keep it from changing from the vibration.

        Ended up with about a dollar in each, which is just a little less than the $15.97 HD wanted for them.

        Woodrat

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