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If you're a hobbyist who loves working with wood, the Delta 36-560 is worth a look. Powered by a heavy-duty 15 amp motor, this 10-inch Delta table saw rips through virtually any weekend project quickly and accurately. The controls are convenient and easy to use. A front- and rear-locking steel rip fence self-aligns parallel to the blade to help maintain more accurate cuts. The large aluminum table, steel extension wing, and retractable support extension provide adequate support for wider materials. And the thermal motor overload protection ensures safety, shutting the saw down if the motor runs too hot. While lacking some of the bells and whistles you'll find on contractor-grade table saws, the Delta 36-560 is still a solid performer that would make a welcome addition to any home workshop. --Carl Thress
Delta 36-560 Deluxe Table Saw Package
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 11 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