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Leecraft CR-1 Zero Clearance Table Saw Insert (For Craftsman/Sears)(Colors May Vary)

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Brand Leecraft
Item Dimensions LxWxH 3.75 x 14.35 x 0.7 inches
Number of Teeth 50

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  • Elimantes dangerous gap around blade where thin off-cuts can get wedged
  • Fits: Sears Craftsman 10" belt-drive models 1977 to mid 2004 (check size, see DL-1U), RIDGID TS2412, TS2424, TS2400
  • Measures: 14" x 3-3/4" x 3/16" (PLEASE MEASURE before ORDERING)
  • Offers superior rigidity, flatness, durability, and low friction; reduces chip-out and splintering
  • PLEASE NOTE: CR-1 does not fit models TS2400LS, TS2400-1 or the new TS2410 (See RG-2)
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The "zero clearance" concept is simple: The blade cuts its own perfectly sized slot by being raised through a machinable "blank" insert. Leecraft inserts are 1/2-inch-thick, high-density phenolic laminate, with bonded-melamine surface. They offer superior rigidity, flatness, durability, and low friction. User-friendly features include top-accessible leveling screws, lateral adjustment screws for a vibration-free fit, rear anti-lift pin (except JT-1), and a precut-blade bottom pocket that provides clearance for fully retracted blades and bevel cuts. Instructions included. Use carbide-tipped blades only. Fits Craftsman (Sears). Size: 14 by 3-3/4 inches.

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Reviewed in the United States on June 1, 2020
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5.0 out of 5 stars Fits perfectly w/Craftsman 113.298761 (10" Table Saw) and Made in America
By Tsunami on June 1, 2020
Right away I was very impressed with the manufacturing quality of this zero clearance insert. It exceeded my expectations in look and feel. I was aware via the amazon description that I was going to get "a color". While I had hoped for a red similar to what I had in there, the granite countertop look is very classy looking so I am not disappointed in that at all. The instructions for leveling (hex screws) and securing (set screws) was easy and it was not difficult to get a flush fit. This piece is perfectly flat and rigid. If the hex leveling screws are not dead even I was able to very gently rock the insert back and forth. That level of precision caught my attention. After a few minutes I had a very snug fit. My old insert had a machine screw that would actually apply downward fastening tension against the insert from popping up. The two set screws on this insert push against the sides of the insert slot. It seems secure, but I'm not enough of a table saw veteran to comment on whether this is a safe enough design or not. The instructions for cutting the insert were simple and easy to follow. I placed a piece of 3/4" plywood down over the entire insert and then placed a 2x6 on top of that in order to clamp the whole thing to the table. I needed a special type of clamp to clamp at the outfeed section - there weren't a lot of contact points. If I was doing it again, I would not have also covered the blade with the 2x6. I was never able to see the blade and once I started seeing a bit of smoke I got nervous and stopped. I think the saw was just working pretty hard cutting up into that 2x6 on top of the plywood. It all worked out, however and I am happy with how it turned out. I think I am going to get some microjig splitters to improve safety. Made in the USA!
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Reviewed in the United States on August 14, 2014
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5.0 out of 5 stars This is a MUST OWN item
By Brian M. on August 14, 2014
About five years ago my father gave me his Craftsman 10 in. stationary table saw model 315.228310. After I cleaned and calibrated everything I could, the saw was in excellent working condition. The only problem I had with the saw was that sometimes it would leave saw marks and burn the wood when ripping. I originally suspected the table surface was not aligned with the blade. That wasn’t the problem. I then thought my fence was misaligned. That wasn’t the problem. I then suspected the red metal insert. Bingo! No matter how I adjusted the stock red metal insert, I could not prevent saw marks and burning especially when ripping small or narrow pieces of wood.
I researched inserts and decided to try a zero clearance insert made by Leecraft. I measured the stock red metal insert and it turned out to be slightly less than 14” long by 3.75” wide. Based on these measurements I ordered the CR-1.
It arrived and I was immediately impressed by its weight and how rigid it was. The material this insert is made of is IDEAL for this application. My insert’s color is black with a beige surface laminated on the top and bottom. I have no problem at all with the color. I read the included directions twice and went out to the garage to see if the CR-1 fit my table saw. I first made sure my table saw blade was at a perfect 90 degree angle. I lowered the saw blade completely and using a 3/32” hex wrench, I backed out the four hex headed alignment set screws of the CR-1 insert until they were flush with the underside of the insert. I attempted to insert the insert but something near the tab end of the insert was blocking the insert form seating. After several minutes of close examination I realized what the problem was. The blade opening has four recessed platforms (two near the front side of the table and two near the back side of the table) that the four hex headed alignment set screws rest on. I realized that the two recessed platforms near the back side of the table were a little two wide to let the insert drop into position. I inserted a simple straight bit in my router and set the depth of the router to match the recess on the bottom of the CR-1 insert. Then using my router I removed about 1/8” of material near the set screws on the tab end of the CR-1 insert. I removed only a very minor amount of material. I tried inserting the insert again and it fit. It was a tight fit but it fit. The reason the fit was so tight was due to the overall length and width of the insert. In my opinion, I really like the tight fit. Then using the four hex headed alignment set screws, I adjusted the insert until it was perfectly flush with the surface of the table saw. I then verified that the table saw blade was not making contact with the underside of the insert. I clamped a large piece of wood across the top of the table saw to hold the insert in place. I made sure the clamped piece of wood was not directly above the blade of the table saw. I then turned the saw on and very slowly raised the blade of the table saw to its full height and then I returned it to its lowest position. I raised and lowered the blade several times.
After I removed all the sawdust, I ripped about twelve small pieces of scrap wood. Every cut was perfect! There were no saw marks or burning on any of the cuts! I love this insert. It has made my table saw a precision cutting tool. I wish I bought this years ago!
I uploaded several picture of my CR-1 insert showing where and how much material I remove with my router.
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Reviewed in the United States on February 3, 2021
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Reviewed in the United States on March 4, 2015
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5.0 out of 5 stars Zero fits the bill with Leecraft.
By Rueby on March 4, 2015
I purchased this for a Sears 10" contractor saw, model 113.298032 and it works like a charm. I wasn't sure at first it would be the correct size but after looking at the silvermill.com website and speaking with one of their dedicated reps, Janet; she assured me this was the one for my needs. I assumed the amazon buy was silvermill selling as an affiliate, but later found out different. Had I known I would have just purchased from SilverMill for the few dollars more because of their great customer service. I'll be purchasing the rest from SilverMill.

The directions are straight forward and I've scanned them for part of this review along with a few pictures with the insert installed and the original insert overlaid. As you can see from the overlay the Leecraft offers much better coverage helping to support small piece work cuts and assisting with other safety concerns.

From the silvermill site: Model #CR-1 14"L x 3-3/4"W x 3/16" Thick - Fits Sears CRAFTSMAN 10" belt-drive models 1977 to mid 2004 (Check size, see DL-1U), RIDGID TS2412, TS2424, TS2400, TS3612 (Please Note: CR-1 does not fit models TS2400LS, TS2400-1 or the new TS2410)
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