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DELTA 36-L336 3 HP Unisaw with 36-Inch Biesemeyer Fence System

by Delta
17 customer reviews

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3 HP 36 in. rip capacity
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  • Bi-Level Dust Extraction for improved dust collection
  • Single-Cast Trunnion System provides increased accuracy
  • Sure-Lock Dual Front Cranks provides convenient access to dual front cranks
  • Precision Bevel Gauge for ease of visibility; Tool-Free Split Guard for improved blade line of sight
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Product Description

Style: 3 HP 36 in. rip capacity

Product Description

Includes Biesemeyer 36 in. Fence Rails (Black) - 78-138BT1

From the Manufacturer

Delta’s 36-L336 left tilt cabinet saw is ideal for woodworking, cabinet making, and boat building. It features up-front dual-crank controls with locking cams, speedometer style scales and a 36 inch Biesemeyer fence. The 3 HP 230V motor cuts hardwoods and engineered products like MDF and melamine. The riving knife enables tool-less adjustment for through- and non-through cuts including grooves for shelves and picture frames as well as dadoes, rabbets, and cheek cuts for furniture. The single-cast trunion provides increased vibration control. Largest throat plate in category eases blade changes. Storage under the table board is convenient and expandable. Bi-level dust extraction improves dust collection.

Product Information

Style Name: 3 HP 36 in. rip capacity
Technical Details
Part Number 78-138BT1
Item Weight487 pounds
Product Dimensions40 x 44 x 50 inches
Item model number36-L336
ColorDelta gray, black
Style3 HP 36 in. rip capacity
Power Source3-horse-power
Horsepower3 HP
Item Package Quantity1
Included Componentsattachments
  
Additional Information
ASINB002JP2AI4
Best Sellers Rank #431,959 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight487 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableJuly 30, 2009
  
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33 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on December 21, 2010
Style Name: 3 HP 52 in. rip capacity
I just finished assembullying (Norm speak) this saw yesterday. It took all day -- mainly because I was fussing with the wing panels trying to get the front edge and the top flush with the main table. I just hate it when the rip fence goes click, clack as it passes over the joint. The motor access cover is held down with a hex key bolt. I would have preferred a tool-less entry method such as a five star knob. Same story with the front access cover. It is tool-less unless you call your fingernail a tool. The rip fence was easy to align with the right side miter slot. I haven't checked it with the left side slot yet. The included saw blade is really good. The one that came with my Delta contractor saw years ago went in the trash. This is a much better blade -- comparable to Freud quality. I've never used a Forrest blade, so I can't comment on that comparison. The storage drawer for saw blades is adequate. I would have preferred it to be a little deeper so the blades could stand more upright. The only really big complaint I have is the table insert. It is plastic and has a big hump in the middle. If you set it up so that it is flush on the front and back with the main table and then try to slide the rip fence over it, it will make the rip fence jump up or stop. If you set it up so that it is flush on the left and right with the main table, then the rip fence will slide over it smoothly. But that creates another problem. If you try to run a piece of wood from front to back over the insert, the wood will fall down as passes over the joint at the front of the insert. And, as the wood encounters the back joint, the wood will hit the cast iron table top and make a dead stop. This table insert must be part of the foreign made parts. For $3000 dollars, Delta should have done much better.Read more ›
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43 of 45 people found the following review helpful By donm82 on July 16, 2010
Style Name: 3 HP 52 in. rip capacity
I've had this saw a couple months now and I'm thoroughly pleased with it. Given the price tag, my expectations were very high and for the most part it didn't disappoint. I can tell someone really spent some time thinking about how to make a table saw better.

Everything was done right except the fence. Do get me wrong, it's a solid fence but I had two issues. First, the faces were wavy and not parallel. Lining up the fence to the miter slot was impossible. Once I got the left side as close as I could, then the right side was way off. Solution: I ripped off the cheap plywood faces and made my own out of solid wood. They are less flexible and can be shimmed out perfectly straight. In some places it took the width of 3 or 4 paying cards to make it right. With the shims it is also possible to get the right and left sides parallel to each other in case you make cuts on both sides of the blade. I do wish they had used something other than self taping screws to attach the fence. I may eventually tap threads into the fence to hold the faces.

The other issue with the fence was the cursors. They were so far off the rail, accurate readings were impossible because of the parallax. Also, since they were mounted on top of the fence they couldn't be lowered closer to the rail with a couple of simple washers. I had to make my own cursors to solve the problem.

Overall, I love the saw, and the problems I encountered I was able to fix myself. Actually, I had no choice but to fix them myself. Nothing about the fence was defective--the issues were design related. I wish someone could have put some time into redesigning the fence like they did the saw. Especially considering how much this saw costs.

There is also something I'm curious about.
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34 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Toolmaker on December 21, 2011
Style Name: 3 HP 36 in. rip capacity
Received my new Unisaw last week and spent a day assymbling and aligning everything.I'm a journeyman toolmaker so I had the precision measuring instuments to accurately align everything - dial indicator, precision square, precision straight edge, and saw blade/fence alignment dial indicator tool from WOODPECKER TOOLS.

I discovered one of the cast iron extension wings was not flat with a .008 concave
belly in it. I imediately called Delta and they said they would send out a new extension wing. A week has gone by and as of yet I have not received the new wing.

The table insert Delta sent is useless, not flat at all. With all four corners leveled with the table the front edge of the insert sets .015 above the table. To solve this problem I bought a new LEECRAFT insert.

I had always heard and assumed that a Biesmeyer fence was the way to go on a table saw. The one I received was impossible to accurately align with the table slots and saw blade do to waviness and warpage of the fence face. Because I want accuracy I have purchased an INCRA LS fence sytem by Incremental Tools. I will try to sell the Biesemyer fence and rails supplied by Delta.

The riving knife Delta supplies is for a normal .125 kerf saw blade. It took considerable time, more than an hour, to align the riving knife square, centered, and parallel with the saw blade. Since I frequently use thin kerf blades I bought a Delta thin kerf riving knife. The problem is that the thick and thin Delta riving knives are not interchangeable without having to realign the newly installed knife. The mounting areas of the knive are different thicknesses making it necessary to realign when changing from one to the other.
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