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Powermatic 2000 Blade Insert

Item #147751
$37.99
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LEECRAFT Phenolic Inserts and Sheet Stock reduce splintering and chip-out on the bottom side of regular or dado table saw cuts. Simply raise your saw blade through the insert to create a "kerf" which precisely matches the blade on your saw. These 1/2" thick inserts are precision machined from a nearly frictionless melamine faced, high density phenolic laminate. Offer durability and flatness unobtainable from cheaper plastic inserts. Features like top mounted set screws for precise leveling, front/side adjustment screws for perfect side to side and front to rear fit, and a rear safety pin that keeps the rear of the insert in place, make this the best insert we have ever seen. Sheet stock material (1/2" x 11" x 15") is perfect for creating your own custom jigs and fixtures. The Powermatic 2000 Blade Insert has a slot for the riving knife. Complete with instructions. Insert surface colors may vary.


  • 17-7/8" X 4-1/4"
  • Frictionless
  • High density phenolic laminate
  • Powermatic 2000
  • Riving knife slot
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    5.0

    A must for safety

    By  Tulsagolf

    from Houston

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    Comments about Powermatic 2000 Blade Insert :

    Follow directions to cut the kerf slot. Didn't have to lower the blade any further than normal, underside is partially carve out.

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