My son tipped me off to a very nifty T/S splitter From Micro Jig.
It requires that you fabricate a new zero clearance insert which
is NBD, IMHO.
Included was a you-tube clip showing a method that uses the
table saw, a band saw and some rare earth magnets used
Now there have got to be at least a dozen ways to make a ZCI
for a 10" T/S, but one involving some 1/4" hardboard, some double
backed tape, a router with a 1/2" pattern bit is about as straight
forward as you can get, IMHO.
Throw in a 3/4" forstner bit to drill finger holes, a pilot drill and
for set screw adjusters, and you're done.
If you really want to spiffy things up, first make a pattern from a
piece of 1/2" MDF using the metal insert supplied with the saw.
Cut out some hardboard blanks 1/4" oversize in length and width
and tape together in blocks of three (3) to yield 3/4" blanks.
If I had one, a scroll saw would simplify making the MDF pattern,
otherwise it's router time.
How do other people make ZCI for their T/S?