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I am looking for a blade guard and or splitter for a 10" rockwell unisaw model 34-466

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12" vintage Rockwell table saw Model# 34-388 I need a manual


Check vintagemachinery's website. You might be able to find some information there about your saw. Or make a quick google search , several threads will show up upon search that could help you. If you need band saw blades, I suggest you to visit sawblade.com .

Sep 13, 2013 | Delta Rockwell 34-450 10" Tilting Arbor...

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Have an older Sears Craftsman 10" Table Saw, model


you should be able to order one from sears. another place to look is ebay. the round plastic thing is to mark with pencil the cut of the blade. put in your sliding miter Gage set at 90 deg. put a piece of wood on it, push forward and cut the wood then slide back and mark the wood position on the plastic. that's the point where your blade cuts

Dec 30, 2010 | Craftsman Saws

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My fence is square to the table. How do I set the blade so it is square to the table? There is a 1\8" difference in the distance between the front and back of the blade in relation to the groove the miter...


I'm betting that the table isn't square to the blade. My Cabinet Makers Table Saw does the same thing - the top plate (the big heavy cast iron plate that weighs about 50 pounds) sits on top of the sheet metal box that houses the motor and motor lift. This cast iron plate is held onto the sheet metal box by 3 screws (usually).

Loosen the 3 screws and the cast iron plate can move around on top of the sheet metal box (the holes for the screws are large enough to allow 1/8 inch movement). Looking down from the top, you can rotate the cast iron plate clockwise and it will move the front of the blade closer to the fence and the back of the blade away from the fence. Counter-clockwise does the opposite.

For the best adjustment, use a dial indicator mounted to something that slides in the track of the table top. Position the dial indicator agains the blade and slide it back and forth in the track of the table top. This will accurately set the table top to the blad (so they are parallel within 0.0005 inches).

Then check the accuracy of your fence (sounds like this is good). Don't forget to check the alignment of your riving knife/guard & splitter to the blade (if it's off you can't feed wood because it will hit the splitter).

Oct 07, 2010 | Delta Machinery 3 HP Left Tilt Unisaw with...

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Looking for owners manuals for 2 saws


Your Delta radial arm saw (RS830) manual is here. Exploded diagram for parts, etc is here.

I'm not sure on the Rockwell, but here's a link to a manual for a Rockwell-Delta 10" Tilting Arbor Unisaw, circa 1969 which seems about right for a 34-466.

If that's not quite right, there a couple other manuals for old Rockwell saws here.

If this answer helped, please vote. Thanks!

May 19, 2010 | Delta Saws

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I have a Powermatic 66. The table top not aligned w/blade. I can't get a wrench into the 1 1/2" slots in either the front or back to loosen/tighten the 4 bolts. Is there a special wrench that fits these...


The factory never intended for you to touch the 4 bolts you mentioned. The table top is set parallel with the blade by loosening the 3 bolts (2 in front and one in rear on the outside of the cast iron table where it meets the base. These are easily accessible by sitting on a milk crate and looking up. They are 3/8 bolts with 9/16 heads.

Apr 02, 2010 | Powermatic 66 10" 3 HP 1 Phase 230V Table...

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I need to get a replacement saw blade guard for an old Rockwell Delta Radial arm saw. 12'' Blade Serial # MX3 2843 I don't know what model number this saw is to get the right part.


you can try going to Dewaltservicenet.com and locating it that way but with only the serial number it would be impossible. Is there any numbers on it to indicate the model or partial model and you can pull up breakdowns that way.

Dec 10, 2009 | Delta Saws

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Delta unisaw W/LVC


I think this is what you're looking for:
http://media.ptg-online.com/media/dm/OwnersManuals/20040331153155_En438-01-655-0002-04-01-04.pdf

If I've managed to answer your question or solve a problem, please take a moment to kindly rate this post....thanks!

Mar 29, 2009 | Delta Machinery 3 HP Left Tilt Unisaw with...

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I have a 10"DELTA Miter Saw and need to change blade. Please describe how to remove and replace blade. Thanks


Without a model number I cant look for this saw, but if it is like the other mitre saws that I work on, the lower guard should have a bolt holding it in place, loosen the bolt so you can move the guard and the blade bolt is usually LH thread, on the backside of the gearcase by the blade there should be a spindle lock, rotate blade until it locks and then remove bolt. If your saw is different please give me the model number and I will pull up a schematic and look at it.

Jan 16, 2009 | Saws

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