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Rockwell Delta 10" table saw old but barely used

by Jockman
posted 11-01-2018 09:18 PM


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MrUnix

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#1 posted 11-01-2018 09:30 PM

Delta made a bunch of different saws… which one you got?

Cheers,
Brad

-- Brad in FL - In Dog I trust... everything else is questionable

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Jockman

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#2 posted 11-01-2018 10:17 PM

It has 10” UNISAW on it

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#3 posted 11-01-2018 10:21 PM

It has 10” UNISAW on it
- Jockman

LOL – you just hit the jackpot. That is a lifetime saw.

Cheers,
Brad

-- Brad in FL - In Dog I trust... everything else is questionable

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#4 posted 11-02-2018 12:20 AM


It has 10” UNISAW on it

/spits coffee everywhere

Yeah, that’ll do as a table saw.

-- ian | "You can't stop what's coming. It ain't all waiting on you. That's vanity."

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#5 posted 11-02-2018 03:47 PM

:-)

-- Andy - Seattle USA

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#6 posted 11-02-2018 03:52 PM

you guys did it all wrong first you tell him not worth $25.00 but I help you out and give you $50.00 for it if you deliver it to my house LMAO :<))

-- Tony---- Reinholds,Pa.------ REMEMBER TO ALWAYS HAVE FUN

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#7 posted 11-02-2018 05:03 PM

I “inherited” a 10” Rockwell Delta table saw, 220v and has very very little use on it.

ThanksĀ 

Jock

- Jockman

Yes. That does qualify as an “inheritance”!.

Oh yeah…. Welcome to ljs.

-- Andy - Seattle USA

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#8 posted 11-02-2018 05:15 PM

I’ve been using mine for over 20 years. The only thing you can gain by buying a new one is safety. By that I mean the new Saw Stop type table saws.
Be careful, know where you fingers are at all times, use push sticks, and be well aware of how kickbacks can occur to avoid them. Make a cross cut sled for it and you are in business.

-- Les B, Oregon

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mathguy1981

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#9 posted 11-02-2018 05:21 PM

Another thing you’ll want to do is check the blade for parallel, give the top a good cleaning, etc. Dust collection could come from a shop vac but a dust collector would be better. Make a cross cut sled, measure 5x cut once, you’ll be good to go.

-- Two thumbs and counting

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