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Zero clearence insert on Ryobi ETS 1825 table saw

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ian_in_the_midlands

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Reading another thread made me wonder - has anyone has tried making a zero clearence insert to fit the Ryobi ETS1825 table saw, and was it successful?
 

Steve Maskery

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No, but if the saw has a throat plate, then I see no reason why it would not be possible to make a ZCI. What are your concerns about doing it?
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The plastic plate fitted is so thin. I can not see a practicle solution. I sure if it could be done it would make the saw far much more useful.
 

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Yes I have and yes it was/is successful.

I used plywood rebated to fit the flange so a flush plate was achieved. Then slowly raided the blade to cut through for zero tolerance.

Can anyone advise how the connect to the lower dust extraction port? I cannot find a reducer down to the 63mm OD . Cobbled a sleeve held on with cable ties bit difficult to get it to stay in place - about 5 minutes at best.
 

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I've made other adapters using mdf scrap. Turn the outside to the correct size then bore to fit the machine.
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