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08-03-2020 01:38 PM

Topic tags/keywords: unifence saw fence unisaw unifence table saw fence

I have a Unifence for Delta – Rockwell Unisaw table saw. Excellent condition. Have 83 inch aluminum rail, Unifence casting arm and reversible aluminum fence extrusion (fence only very slightly scarred). Complete set up plus the table adaptor plate and manual (reprint) . Can be adapted for other large table saws. Top of the line cabinet saw fence. Not installed and in careful storage. It was installed on my saw when I bought it but don’t have shop space so using Jetlock. Hoped to use it so carefully restored the fence but don’t want to cut down the rail.

Main rail is BLACK anodized – 83 inches overall. The stick-on inch scale is peeled off (sold at Home Depot). Reversible fence extrusion in good condition (slightly blade scarred but easily JB weld repairable) and 42 inch long. Steel adaptor plate needed if attaching a long table to right of saw (included). This fence and rail system are compatible with each other and were originally installed on my saw but can’t use it now as tight shop space. I believe this was the “early” model as rail extrusion is black, am told fits all Unisaws and adaptable to others. Manuals provide details for building table and installing.

It is too big an item and major hassle to ship so you’d have to be near enough to pick up.. sorry but just finished dealing with a major UPS fiasco and don’t want to re-live. I’m in western PA, about hour east of Pittsburgh. Can provide pics is interested. Trying to thin the herd.

FYI… looking for rectangular motor cover for my unisaw and any way to adapt a riving knife.

Thanks.


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