Can I mount a Delta 36-T30 T2 30-Inch Fence and Rail System on my
My Sears Craftsman 9" Table saw has a cast iron table 20" deep. Today's 10 " saws are mostly 27" deep. Will a Delta 36-T30 T2 Fence and rail system fit and work? I think the fence has a bushing that rides on the rear guide rail. Is this bushing re-locatable from 27 to 20 inches?
Re: Can I mount a Delta 36-T30 T2 30-Inch Fence and Rail...
I just installed a Delta T2 fence on my 10" Craftsman Table Saw. It's 27" deep. The bushing either could be relocated or you could use spacers on the front, back, or both on the saw to get the required distance. Also, you'll have to drill new holes, however, I used one of the existing holes in the front and back of my saw as well.
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Unplug the saw. Remove the plate that the blade goes through this will allow access to the nut. Raise the blade several inches above table deck. Place a block of wood under the teeth to bind the blade so it won't rotate you should be standing on the infeed side of the blade. With a wrench loosen the nut (Towards You) Reverse to reinstall. It is also a good idea to wear leather gloves in case you slip the blades can still do damage even when dull. Hope this helps please rate if this was helpful in any way. Good Luck and have a great weekend.
Use a pencil and straight edge to mark the cutting line on the wood. Place the wood on the saw table and line the mark up with the saw. Place the mark on the right side of the blade to ensure proper cutting. Plug the saw in and put on your safety goggles. Support the wood on the work surface with your left hand, placing it far from the saw blade. Place your right hand on the handle, and push the trigger to start the saw. Move the saw blade down onto the wood. Put constant pressure on the handle to slowly move the blade through the wood. Release the trigger and raise the blade once the cut is complete. Make diagonal cuts in the same manner, by marking the wood and lining the mark up just to the right of the saw blade. Continue as you would for a straight cut. Remove the wood from the saw. Unplug the chop saw and dust the sawdust off. Remove the dust bag from the back and empty it. Vacuum any remaining dust off of the saw.