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DELTA 34-184 Universal-Deluxe Tenoning Jig

by Delta

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  • Has ergonomic handles, quick release coarse adjustment, micro adjustment to .004-inch
  • Universal miter bar for use with all table saws with 3/8-inch by 3/4-inch miter slots
  • Adjustable 90 degree positive stop for accurate repetitive cuts
  • 90 degree-45 degree Backstop with Adjustable 90 degree Positive Stop for Secure Support of Angular Stock
  • Multi-position control levers for convenient easy adjustment; Better locking leverage, extra-large crank handle for fast, easy clamping of work
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Technical Details
Part Number 34-184
Item Weight20 pounds
Product Dimensions11.8 x 12 x 8.2 inches
OriginTaiwan
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Item model number34-184
Item Package Quantity1
Warranty Description2 Year Limited
  
Additional Information
ASINB00006S7C7
Best Sellers Rank #104,114 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight20 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableSeptember 30, 2002
  
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When you need perfect, tight joints, the DELTA 34-184 Universal-Deluxe Tenoning Jig will give you professional results every time. The DELTA 34-184 is designed to work with any table saw with a 3/8-inch by 3/4-inch miter slot, standard on almost all table saws. It is made of durable, CNC precision milled cast iron, and can be used with both right and left tilt saws. The jig can be adjusted from 45 to 90 degrees with adjustable positive stops, and there's a micro-fine adjustment knob for fine width-of-cut settings down to 4/1000-inch. By pushing a button, you can make for macro adjustments.

Unlike most jigs that require tools to make adjustments, the DELTA 34-184 features a large thumbscrew that allows for tool-less adjustments. With two ergonomic handles, you'll be able to make smooth cuts every time easily and comfortably. The jig handles up to 3-1/4-inch thick stock and features a quick-release hold down clamp for efficient work. The jig measures 11.8 x 12 x 8.2 inches and weighs 21.3 pounds.

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Delta 34-184 Universal-Deluxe Tenoning Jig

Customer Reviews

The tenoning jig is very resonably priced and is a high quality jig.
martin feeney
Some of the screws fit loosly in thier holes, the socket heads on the set screws were either lose on the allen wrenchs or too tight to get the allen wrench in.
Robert W. Renz
I found the part number in the booklet provided and called Delta to ask them to send me a replacement.
Caroll Drazen

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

113 of 116 people found the following review helpful By Eric Crampton on December 30, 2003
The jig itself does the job just fine. The fine tuning is acceptable. However, I was only able to make around 50-60 tenons on this jig before the set screw which holds the turn handle on gave out. It stripped entirely too easily, despite the fact that I was using the correct sized allen wrench to adjust it. The set screw often didn't stay set, so I affixed the proper sized allen wrench directly to the jig with a magnet. So, now, I'll need to drill out the hole and put in a new set screw.
The method for affixing the turn handle to the jig is sheer folly. I've checked out the Jet tenoning jig and, as of about a year ago anyway, had a much superior design. If I had it to do over again, I would pick up the Jet or Powermatic.
The deficiencies in this jig remind me of the problems with Delta's mortiser (which I thankfully steered clear of after using it in a class and noting the many problems with how Delta botched the set screw adjustments on it).
Delta makes some great table saws, but some of their other tools aren't as highly rated in my book.
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73 of 75 people found the following review helpful By KRASSEL on October 26, 2004
I'm a pretty patient guy, but this tool really pushed the envelope. Disassembling and cleaning was no big deal, had some problems with screw holes that had some pretty bad burrs on em, took a couple of hours to clean, and reassemble. As soon as I mounted in my miter slot, I noticed it rocked pretty badly, thought maybe the guide was out of whack, but it turned out that the base was no where close to flat. It was almost a 1/8th of an inch out. When you would press down on the blade side of the guide, the outboard side had an 1/8 of an inch space between it and the table. I double checked the instruction manual, but couldn't find any way to "adjust" it out. Called Delta, no joy there, they said it must be my saw table top. I have a Dewalt 746, have had it for a few years now, and my table is flat. Turns out the base was incorrectly machined, the bottom side is not flat or parallel to the top of the base. Called Delta again and they had no answer other than return it and get a new one from the store. Took it back to HD, they weren't very receptive to replacing it, wanted me to wait while they returned it to Delta and got it fixed. One of the "tool" guys told me they have returned a number of these jigs...guess that is why they were on sale. At any rate after more than an hour of hassle, I demanded a refund and took my business elswhere. I went to my local woodworker store (where I should have gone to begin with), they have about 5 differant jigs in stock and they took the time to show me the good and bad about each one they carry. I ended up buying the Shop Fox D3246. It cost 10 bucks more than the Delta, but is heavier built and has more features. I have quite a few Delta tools in my shop, and I am pretty much satisfied with their performance, but this makes three Delta tools I have returned in the last few years because of shoddy workmanship and pretty bad customer service. I also think that HD has seen the last of my money for anything. Wouldn't recommend this tool to anyone.
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47 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Frank McKee on March 14, 2003
I bought the jig to speed the process of making tenons. For that purpose it does exactly what it says it will. The only reason I don't give it five stars is the quality of the screws used. When I went to adjust the miter bar two of the three hex screws stripped out, they are either very soft and of poor quality or put in with Loc Tight. One thing in favor of Delta. I contacted a local, California, factory service center. They have ordered the entire miter bar assembly and will send it to me to replace the current one. With the quick response for service it restores my faith in Delta. So far, I have had great luck with Delta Products...
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79 of 85 people found the following review helpful By Ed on March 12, 2003
...I think Delta gave this item to a rookie to design, and I'll bet they didn't give it to a woodworker to test. Nothing about the left/right movement makes sense. It's either too far from the blade, or the workpiece is sitting on the metal base of the tool. The part that holds the workpiece is fine, so if you buy this thing, figure on redesigning the base, and attaching it to a better miter bar. The bar that comes with it doesn't have slop adjustment. ...
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40 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Robert W. Renz on December 12, 2002
I soon realized as I started to assemble this tenoning jig the quality was not what I had expected. Some of the screws fit loosly in thier holes, the socket heads on the set screws were either lose on the allen wrenchs or too tight to get the allen wrench in. One of the 8mm bolts that holds the clamp arm on would not start in the hole. When I looked at the bolt closer I noticed the threads were not completly formed. I had to use a die to recut the threads on the bolt. Most of the screws and bolts with this jig are soft and of poor quality. Once you get this jig setup, it works good, but you may want to replace some of its fasteners with better quality. I know I did.
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32 of 33 people found the following review helpful By James G. Wilkins on July 6, 2004
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I bought this after using the older model and was very disappointed in the quality of the castings and the hardware. The old one, which is still available at a lower price, is a better made piece of equipment. The "deluxe" version is sloppier in its movements and reminds me of the junk we used to see out of China several years ago. Of course the simple operations required of this jig may not require it to be sophisticated but its still disapointing. I sent it back and bought the cheaper one from Delta which works great and I like the handle placement better.
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