Review

I try to always use a zero-clearance throat insert on my tablesaw to guard against tear-out.
But new phenolic inserts for my SawStop tablesaw cost $30–$40 each; that adds up when you use a half-dozen or more inserts like I do. With Infinity’s insert system (made specifically to fit SawStop tablesaws), you buy the sturdy aluminum plate once, and replace the disposable 1/4" melamine-coated MDF inserts as needed. You get two inserts with the initial unit, but you can buy a four-pack of replacements for $14 (part no. 100-337). Or, simply make your own to fit. The inserts have beveled edges for a secure, dovetailed fit in the plate. You can use them with or without a riving knife or blade guard; simply slot the rear portion to fit your saw’s setup. —Tested by John Olson, WOOD Magazine Design Editor

Product

Performance

5
Average: 5 (1 vote)

Features

5
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Ease of Use

5
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Value

5
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5.0
out of 5