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The Delta 10" table saw is a poorly made product produced in Tiawan.
I guess in order to get a decent saw you need to spend at least twice the amount of this saw...now I just gotta find someone to buy this one.
I'm was setting up a shop in my garage to build a little furniture and stuff for around the house.
I am a professional woodworker and I have heavy duty professional tools in my shop. I purchased this saw because I needed something that was light and portable to carry to... Read morePublished 7 months ago by James M. Barnhardt
I've had this machine for 3-years. Unless you just want to rip 2x4's for framing, run away from this purchase. Read morePublished on December 13, 2004 by Craig A.
I JUST BOUGHT A DELTA 36-680 OR SO I THOUGHT.THE BOW SAID 36-679 ON THE BOX .THE SAW ISNT REALLY A 36-680 DELTA TOLD ME THERES NO ACTUAL 36-680 THATS JUST THE EXTRA PARTS. Read morePublished on October 10, 2004 by FASTER220
I bought this saw about 6 weeks ago to replace an ancient Craftsman. I wanted to use it a while before forming an opinion and my opinion is... Read morePublished on October 20, 2002 by James D.Ham
I should have spent another 100 bucks and bought a better quality saw. No such thing as a bargin! The Delta 10" table saw is a poorly made product produced in Tiawan. Read morePublished on October 17, 2002 by Russell S. Anthes
I've owned this saw for a year. The price of this saw is its main appeal. It's also portable.
However, it has many drawbacks. The miter slot is loose and inaccurate. Read more
I initially gave this saw 5 stars. Not sure what I was smoking that day. After using this saw for about a month, I got so sick of the small table and terrible fence that I went out... Read morePublished on January 15, 2002 by Jason Drury
I bought this saw in November of 2000. It was my first table saw. I'm was setting up a shop in my garage to build a little furniture and stuff for around the house. Read morePublished on January 14, 2002 by John M Peragine