Talk with Slivers Mill. There may
be some kind of business relationship between them and Leecraft. I discovered this link, which takes you to Slivers Mill's webpage:
Here is edited domain registration info. I removed the non-relevant and empty fields. This is public information, available to all with a simple lookup. I can interpret this information in multiple ways. Don't assume anything.
Domain Name: LEECRAFTZEROCLEARANCE.COM
Updated Date: 2018-12-13T10:00:19Z
Creation Date: 2008-12-13T00:39:09Z
Registrant Name: Janet Haungs
Registrant Organization: Slivers Mill
Registrant Street: 8080 Clinton St
Registrant City: Elma
Registrant State/Province: New York
Registrant Postal Code: 14059
Registrant Country: US
Registrant Phone: +1.7166854458
Registrant Email: [email protected]
Leecraft has been very careful to hide behind their retailers, and they sell through many of them, not just Slivers Mill. Consumers cannot easily contact Leecraft until after they have bought the product. Obviously they expect their retailers to handle pre-sales queries and basic customer support. According to others, the paperwork in the package contains contact info for the company, but I cannot confirm it.
During the research, I found references to a company named VCC, which bought a company named Leecraft in 2012. I do not know if it is the same Leecraft that interests us. VCC is in the LED indicator business, not woodworking, and I found nothing related to zero clearance inserts, melamine, or phenolic on their website.
Why not make your own zero clearance inserts? I do. The zero clearance inserts for my saw cost $60, so I make my own: