I told myself that the next time I had to make a bunch of kitchen pull-outs, I would improve on my tall fence. The tall fence helps me make better quality cuts with the drawer lock bit that I favor and you can make one in an afternoon. When not in use it will hang from a peg on the wall.
The support surface is 12" tall by about 32" long. I'll shellac it and paste wax it as I have other jig surfaces that have been performing well for years. Construction is torsion box with the front surface left removable in case any adjustments for square are required down the line.
I drilled a "half hole" so I could use the Rockler Universal clamps that I use for so many other things but, a regular clamp will fit also.
The Zero Clearance Inserts get cut for the bit and height setting being used prior to the actual running of the material to be milled. These ZCI's are consumables so I made a bunch. I have found when making ZCI's or drill press backers and such, it pays to make a supply as long as you're setup. The clearance behind the ZCI is sized to handle bits that will fit the 3 9/16" maximum opening in my lift.