AFAIK, we're talking about drops of hot glue on 4 flanges. In a way they
are like the little rubber feet you might find on the bottom of a lamp.
You mark where the tabs are on the insert, or you squeeze a drop on each
Press the insert down with a straight edge so it stops flush with the
table top. It'll dry in 20 seconds.
Here's another idea. Put a piece of scotch tape on each flange, before
this procedure. Glue dries to the insert and not the flanges.
"Playing is not something I do at night, it's my function in life"
Well I have acutally done this before about 10 years ago. However I put
pretty sizeable gobs down, let the the glue cool thoroughly and then sandded
the gobs down to fit. My only warning was to simply think this out before
you create a problem.
On Mon, 19 Jul 2010 18:53:18 -0700, email@example.com wrote:
If it is 3/8" the easiest way may be to use a piece of left over click-
lock style laminate flooring. I had a piece left over from a project.
It was the perfect height for my saw. I trimmed it to fit, dropped it in
place and moved the fence over it so it would not raise up, turned the
saw on and ran the blade to it's highest level. ShaZammm! The perfect,
strong, slick zero clearance insert!
Works real good, lasts long time, and it was FREE!
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