|Item Weight||260 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||76 x 57 x 44 inches|
|Item model number||36-5100|
|Style||30 in. Rip Capacity with Cast Iron Wings|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
Delta Power Tools 36-5100 Delta 10-Inch Left Tilt Table Saw with 30-Inch RH Rip
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- Heavy duty one piece rail system for precision cuts every time
- Large, easy to access ON/OFF switch
- Blade Brake stops the blade within seconds of the power being turned off
- Quick Assembly stand with less parts, allows fast assembly.
- Heavy Duty Biesemeyer style fence with Dual rip windows
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|Item Dimensions||57 x 76 x 44 in||24.5 x 31 x 31 in||44 x 40 x 24 in||38 x 58 x 36 in||44 x 40 x 50 in||68 x 39 x 47.75 in|
DELTA 10 in. 15 Amp. Left Tilt Contractor Saw with 30 in. RH Rip that includes a tool-free split guard design which allows a true rise-and-fall riving knife by using a lever on the inside of the throat plate
Voltage: Dual Voltage 120V – 240V
Arbor: 5/8 in.
Blade Tilt: 45° Left
Max. Depth of Cut at 90°: 3.5 in.
Max. Depth of Cut at 45°: 2.25 in.
Max. Rip Right of Blade: 30 in.
Max. Rip Left of Blade: 15 in.
Table Size: 20 in. wide X 27 in. deep (50 in. wide X 27 in. deep with WINGS)
Dado Capacity: 13/16 in. X 8 in.
Dust Port Size: FIT 2-1/2" HOSE (WITH 4" ADAPTER)
Width with Fence: 57 in.
Height: 44 in.
Depth :33 in.
Weight: 260 lbs. Net
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I am a home improvement contractor and as a part of my activities I build some book shelves, some custom sized cabinets, entry doors and do trim work. Needless to say that if I am spending over $1200 on a tool, I would expect that this tool will worth the money spent. So, here is my review.
1. Cast iron table makes the saw heavy enough (I would guess 250-280 lb). So, it feels like solid table.
2. Motor is powerful and quiet.
3. Assembly is relatively easy.
1. Blade vibration/wobbling is ~ 1/32 of an inch. From what I hear from other guys it might be a poorly machined harbor. It is not an issue if you rip 2x4s and do framing and rough cuts. However, if you need a clean cut, you will have to make sure that your sander have a good sandpaper back up, because you will spend a lot of time sanding your cuts.
2. Every single adjustment on the saw was out of square. I mean EVERYTHING; the blade position, the miter slide, the fence etc.
3. Small metal wheel on the right side of the saw base broke within a month. I was told by Delta that that wheel broke because I loaded heavy materials on the saw. If a sheet of 3/4 inch plywood is a heavy load for this saw it shouldn't be called a contractor saw!
4. Cast iron extension wing is not flat and there is a difference 1/64-1/16 between sections. I contacted Delta and they told me that I bent that cast iron table with a heavy materials...!!!! Honestly, I was under impression that it is a difficult task to bend cast iron table :) But accordingly to Delta 3/4 inch sheet of plywood can do the trick.
Please see the pics attached to this post. These cast iron sections were produced differently and these pics clearly demonstrate it.
5. Saw came in boxes with missing parts.
6. Plastic wings on the blade safety assembly were too loose and one of those plastic wings was damaged during the very first week of operation. So, before you start the saw check every screw and nut if it is tighten. Pretty bad surprise! Replacement parts would cost over $250!
At November 14, 2016 I've dropped the saw at local Delta authorized repair facility..... Today is February 9, 2017 and the saw is still at the service center. Called the repair center and Delta on numerous occasions and they cannot tell me if the parts were ordered already, or shipped already, or it will be ordered soon. I don't know how it sounds to you, but after 70 days the saw is still at the service center!
Conclusion: If you are looking for a table saw for your job in a price range under $1500, please, do not buy Delta table saw. Or at least before you buy Delta tools just call Delta customer service and see if you will be connected to someone in less than 20 minutes wait. I did learn my lesson hard way, be a bit smarter, learn from other people mistakes!
Here are my issues with this saw:
1. Weak start-up: When I flip the switch to turn the saw on, the blade hums and slowly spins. Then the circuit trips. To use the saw, I need to "jump-start" the motor by spinning the blade with a wooden stick while simultaneously turning it on. This can't be normal. I use a 12-gauge cord now since a 14-gauge was unable to spin the blade up to starting speed. It's wired for 120v and that's what I am using. Maybe I would have better luck with the 240v but my house isn't wired for it. I thought I this would go away after I broke it in but it's been a year. I bet this is due to that "blade brake" feature, who knows. (If anyone has any advice on this I would appreciate it).
2. The table was warped by 0.2 degrees directly above the motor. While that seems like a small measure, I can rock a 2 ft board back and forth across the table, like a see-saw, which isn't safe during a cut. Further, the rip fence scrapes it unless I adjust the fence high enough to clear it, really high. I didn't feel comfortable clamping, hammering, and bending this myself so I called Delta. It took a few phone calls and emailing photos with my measurements, then a new cast iron table top showed up on my doorstep. No follow-up or instructions or anything, I guess I need to remove and replace it myself. I used to be an aircraft mechanic so I am capable, but this sounds like a whole weekend job and I haven't had the time yet. For now I just use the right side of the saw.
3. There is a metal dust collection hood that wraps around the blade under the table that is poorly designed. To remove a blade you have to either remove a screw in the manifold (each time I do this I am one step closer to stripping it) or pry the sheet metal back, even more if you are using a dado stack.
4. The throat plate doesn't fit right, the painted finish prevents it from sitting flush. I have tried adjusting this every way possible to no avail. It also flexes down when applying normal pressure for a cut.
I'm still using the saw and I will eventually get to replacing the table top although I wish Delta would have taken care of it for me. If anyone who has this saw has any advice or tips on anything I mentioned above, it would be much appreciated.
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