I made my own by cutting a 1/8 thick piece of oak to friction fit into a
slot I cut in my zero clearance plate. The clot is in line with and
about 1/2" behind my saw blade when it is at its maximum height. The
splitter sticks up about 2" and is about 1.5" front to back. Except for the
thickness, there don't seem to be any critical dimensions. In fact, I gor
my slot just a smidgen out of line with the blade and compensated by
sanding a bevel on the leading edge of the splitter (which I would
recommend you do anyways).
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