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DELTA 36-T30 T2 30-Inch Fence and Rail System

by Delta
75 customer reviews
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  • The fence clamps securely to front tube and rear rail
  • Steel tube fence body glides easily to handle quick and repetitive work along with precision ripping and squaring cuts
  • Projected aluminum face attaches to solid-steel angle iron and tubing
  • 3-point T square locking system is accurate with 1/64 of an inch
  • Added rear hold down support when using jigs and featherboards
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DELTA 36-T30 T2 30-Inch Fence and Rail System + Woodstock D4151 110/220-Volt Paddle Switch + Grizzly T21992 Power Twist V-Belt, 1/2-Inch x 4-Foot
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Product Description

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Easily and accurately attach the Delta T2 Fence System to your table saw. Along with the fence, the 36-T30 includes a steel guide tube with scale, front & rear support rails, and mounting hardware.

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Delta 36-T30 T2 30 Inch Fence and Rail System

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Technical Details
Part Number 36T30
Item Weight29.8 pounds
Product Dimensions60 x 3 x 3 inches
Item model number36-T30
Item Package Quantity1
Warranty DescriptionTwo Year Warranty
  
Additional Information
ASINB000H0R1S2
Best Sellers Rank #212,736 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight29.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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Date First AvailableJuly 2, 2004
  
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65 of 66 people found the following review helpful By Dave H on January 29, 2007
I was looking for more rip capacity and ease of use in a fence for my 1970's vintage Rockwell (Delta) contractor's saw. I've long coveted the Beisemeyer-style fences, but I could not justify spending $300+ for the upgrade. When Delta released this fence at this low price, I could not wait any longer. This fence works great for less than half the price of the originals.

I have to admit - I purchased the fence from another retailer for a bit less money. But the Amazon deal is actually better - you get the legs and a table board along with the fence for almost the same price. My review will be confined only to the fence itself.

The fence comes nicely packaged. I was prepared to spend an afternoon doing the installation, but to my surprise, the fence bolted right onto my saw in about 20 minutes. I guess Delta has not changed the spacing of the bolt holes for the rails over the past 30 years. The instructions were pretty clear, and I had aligned the fence with the saw's slots in a few minutes. The fence includes 2 sets of alignment bolts that make accurate alignment in two planes simple. Although I did not use all the hardware, the fence includes a variety of additional bolts - I am guessing these are for installation on saws that use stamped steel wings, or perhaps different drilling of holes.

This fence is a significant upgrade over my original fence. I get an additional 6-8" of rip capacity to the right of the blade (and this is key when trying to rip a piece of plywood in half). The fence glides smoothly throughout its travel left and right. It includes a gauge that makes quick measurements possible by sight (I still use a ruler just to make sure).
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36 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Andy B. on March 1, 2007
This fence is a huge improvement to the fence that came with my Craftsman table saw. I've looked into buying a T square style fence in the past, but could not justify spending the hundreds of dollars for the saw. And a new saw is not in the budget. This was the perfect fence for the price.

It was fairly easy to retrofit as well, only requiring me to drill a few holes in the table for mounting. The entire retrofit took less than 1 hour, drilling included. The fence lines up parallel to the blade within 0.005" every time (the old fence could be off more than 1/16" requiring tedious adjustment). It was parallel and square to my table out of the box. It also provides an additional 6" of capacity to the original rails. I look forward to using this fence for many years.

If you live near a Lowe's, this fence is usually on display on their Delta table saw. After trying it out in the store, I decided to purchase it.

The fence itself gets 5 stars. I gave it only 4 stars because I purchased this from Amazon as it was to come with a table board and legs. Unfortunately, I was told Delta changed the product and those are no longer included. This can be purchased elsewhere for slightly less.

Excellent product for the price.

Happy woodworking!
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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Bob W on September 26, 2007
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I don't care if you like an old Craftsman Table Saw or not. I have one that I've brought back to life and it looks like a new one. The Table is flat, the metal is shiny and it cuts just as good as a saw a friend of mine does. His cost a LOT of money when it was new. The only problem with the saw I have was the fence. It was horrible. It was bent, off by a couple of degrees when tightened, it would move when I pushed on it and a couple of other things I don't want to talk about. I saw this T-2 on sale and since I've used the biesemeyer and the unifence I thought I'd try the T-2. I am surprised and will keep it. It is smoother than any I've used. It's accurate as well. I should have done this month's ago. Maybe this is the last time I'll wait on a sale, or buy just based on a name! There are other fences out there with a great name and a great price, but I really like the T-2 as good or better than any. Thanks Delta.
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29 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Stan Kaslusky on March 4, 2007
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To upgrade to a cabinet saw or not, that was the question. I was happy with my Sears 3hp cast iron top contractors saw but the fence was a wobbly problem. $300+ for an aftermarket fence made purchasing a new saw the prudent option until I decided to try the Delta T2 fence. Its great!. The fence is very similar to more expensive T-type fences, very firm and true. The low price makes the upgrade a good option. As I suspected the holes did not line up with the Sears product but one hole drilled through the angle iron and it was a good match. Amazon service is "top notch"!
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By John O. White on January 30, 2008
You are looking at a very good product, for the money. Very complete, including fasteners. (see below)

This was installed on a late-seventies vintage Rockwell 10" contractor's saw. No holes to drill, with the right screws, (not supplied, but not a big deal) you could screw right into the original table. The supplied screws are smaller, and long enough to work.

If you plan on taking about an hour, you can clean and adjust your saw and the fence. (Twenty minutes stated in another review is fast.)

The fence moves easily and, after an easy adjustment, is dead on every time it's locked.

It moves well because of plastic slides, which will wear-out someday. I'm ordering an extra set and attaching them to the saw in a baggie.

The rails are longer than the original, which allows ripping a larger panel, but a little reorganizing may be needed if you maximize your tool space.

This fence really upgrades the saw. Sometimes you wish it wouldn't be so perfect, I can't say I need a new saw now.

Four rather than five stars because of the plastic guides.
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