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I need a fence for a Yuan Huey (Sakura) table saw, model YHS-258AO. Any idea where I could get one?


I don't know of a source.
Table saw fences/rails are often interchangeable between table saw brands. Usually the rails that the fence rides on must go with the fence. The simpler the connection, the more likely a transfer is compatible.

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Sawblade is not parallel with fence on delta tablesaw


The Rip fence SHOULD toe out aprox 0.010mm over the length of the rip fence to prevent binding. Adjust using the Rip fence to measuring rail. Should be adjusters there but if its an old saw, you may have to adjust the measuring rail where it meets the saw frame.

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How much should a wooden fence cost?


Of course it depends on the dimentions of your yard. Wooden fences can be quite expensive. look at this site, it includes installation costs:
http://www.homewyse.com/costs/cost_of_wood_fencing.html

Jan 31, 2013 | Home Fencing

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Fence won't lock on rear rail.


Before I can assist You, I need you to provide some more Information.
Make, Model, & Serial # of Table Saw? Is this Fence the Standard that came with the Saw? What type of "Rear Rail" do you have? What "Rod" are you referring too?

Apr 03, 2009 | Saws

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Manual,fence and rail


The manual doesn't seem to be available online at the moment. There's a parts diagram, if that's helpful, or perhaps you can find an alternate site that provides instruction manuals. See this link, in any event.
Otherwise, you might check Woodworker's supply (woodworker.com) for the accessory fence and rail. They carry genuine Delta parts, which should fit your old Rockwell, as well as some aftermarket fences and guides that will usually adapt easily to fit a 14" bandsaw. The 14" Rockwell is one of the industry standards, and many woodworker catalogs carry fences that will bolt on with a minimum of fuss.
I recommend you do a web search on "14" bandsaw fence", and browse the results. You may even find something used to suit your needs.
Good luck, and let us know if this solves your problem or we can provide any further information!

Mar 23, 2009 | Delta Woodworking Delta Rockwell 14 Inch...

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Fence gets a slight bow in it when tightened


look at the far end of the fence for a nut that you can loosen slightly when in the unclamped position. It sounds as if you are clamping it so tight that you are bowing the fence

Mar 21, 2009 | Delta Saws

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Can I mount a Delta 36-T30 T2 30-Inch Fence and Rail System on my


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.

Mar 11, 2009 | Delta 36 T30 T2 30 Inch Fence And Rail...

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Biesemeyer fence not parallel to blade.


Yes you can adjust the angle of the fence. There are two adjusters at the front of the fence where it meets the fence rail. Adjusting these will pivot the fence either slightly left or slightly right.

There is a basc video on youtube my daughter made to show you how to align yourfence to the saw blade.

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Blade Alignment?


By splitter I take it you mean fence. If this is correct there could be a couple things that I would look for. UNPLUG saw and check the blade at 0 for being inline, make sure flanges are on correctly and finally what I would look at is the adjustable table bringing the fence toward the blade. Loosen lever and move it to the first slot where the guide would go align the front of fence and lock lever then check the back of the fence to make sure it is straight. If not you would have to adjust the back rail to align it. What I made to do this is 2 of the rails from the guide slide into the slot and on the back of the saw are 2 10MM bolts that need to be loosened and the rear slide moved one way or the other after loosening the lever push the fence tight to whatever you use as a guide and snug the bolts move the fence away and then bring back rechecking alignment sometimes you might have to try a couple times but it should work. Tighten the bolts and again recheck If not let me know and I will find a manual for you to download

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