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03-24-2021 01:08 AM

Any GOOD, inexpensive, home-garage class dust collectors?? - 46 replies

I went shopping for a dust collect or today. I want to stop breathing the small dust particles I am generating with my saws. I went to a local retailer to look over a few, but none impressed me. In fact, it was discouraging… The first one I looked at was a Shop Fox 1826. This actually looked like a reasonable unit. Sturdy enough, cheap ...

03-19-2021 09:35 AM

5/8" miter gauge? - 4 replies

I have an older sander and band saw that use a 5/8” T-slot. The cheap plastic miter gauge I had bit the dust, and I threw it out before I realized that they are made of unobtainium. Any idea where I can get a quality 5/8” miter gauge?? Thanks in advance, Beuford

03-19-2021 09:30 AM

Delta T2 fence questions - 2 replies

I recently acquired an older (2000 or so) Delta table saw, model 36-649. It came with a T2 fence system installed. I’ve inspected the locking mechanism for the fence and it does not use a “cam-over” function; i.e.: the lever constantly tightens as it is depressed, never reaching a point where the pressure on the cam forces i...

03-08-2021 12:22 PM

Couple of table saw questions... - 25 replies

Any help would be appreciated. Questions are in relation to an older 10” (circa 2000?) Delta table saw marked 36-670, but manual says 36-649: 1) How tight should I tighten the blade nut? My saw has a thick stamped steel flange, but it seems to distort if I tighten it until it gets difficult. 2) My blade is ~ 0.003 – 0.004 inch ...

02-28-2021 06:12 PM

Issues with Delta table saw 36-670 bearing replacement - 3 replies

Ok, long, detailed post… Sorry! I recently purchased a used Delta table saw marked 36-670. The arbor bearing sounded a bit noisy, so I pulled it apart to replace the bearings. As I took it apart I realized that it wasn’t the bearing causing noise, but instead the movement of one of the spacers (#206 in the parts drawing). Revie...


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