|Item Weight||87.8 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||36 x 28 x 18 inches|
|Item model number||36-6020|
|Style||with a stand|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Delta Power Tools 36-6020 10" Portable Table Saw with Stand
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Ease of Storage
The folding stand makes storing your Delta Portable Job site saw a snap. Simply unlock the stand with your foot and raise the saw to the standing position in your garage, or storage building.
Keep track of your accessories while on the move. On-board storage is standard on the 36-6020 and 36-6010 jobsite saw models.
On-Board Fence Storage
The fence can be securely stored on the side of the saw so you don't misplace it.
Maximum Rip Right of Blade is 30 in. Great for handling those larger rip cut projects.
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The Delta Portable Table saw is great for the contractor or Do-It-Yourself enthuiast. It is portable to various project sites and offers the quality that comes standard with all Delta products. The fence can slide out for quick adjustment and accurate cuts. This combo also includes: (1) Miter gauge, (1) Push stick, (1) 10" Blade, and (1) Blade guard.
Top Customer Reviews
1) All metal
2) Table extension
3) Can do Dado cuts
1) It's all metal, but I ended up ordering two because the first one came in with the metal table damaged on the edge, directly in front of the saw blade, making it completely unusable just out of the box. So it's "all metal" but it's not thick metal...
2) Table extension is a total fail. The measurement system for the extension isn't accurate at all. Others have complained about the extension arm not locking the extension in place, which would be very dangerous, but I've never run into that issue. Mine's actually quite secure. However...the table extension sags by about a quarter inch or so at full extension, so if I'm cutting a wider piece of plywood, the cut edge isn't going to even remotely be square. So, the extension is useless.
3) The fence. God, where to even begin on this piece of crap... The first problem is that it requires locking on both front and back. That should tell you that the engineers who designed the system knew that there would be massive horizontal play with the mechanism. The part that locks down to the table (typically where the fence cam would be) is made of pretty thin cast plastic, so that if you lock the fence on one end, but not the other, and push on the fence even a little bit, it will easily warp the plastic and allow the entire fence to move. Mine has about an inch of play from one side of the table to the other, requiring you to measure EVERY cut for both the front of the blade and the back of the blade. This has literally added HOURS of wasted time and tons of bad cuts (and therefore wasted wood) over the past year. I really wish Delta would design an upgraded fence for this thing that was actually a cam-locking style fence that wasn't plastic. I'd spend the money in a heartbeat.
4) The Arbor on the saw that I received isn't even remotely square. This makes for a much louder than normal saw and also makes for uneven (and not very square) cuts. I can understand that this a jobsite saw, and that it's not going to be perfect, so maybe this is a moot point.
5) The motor mount. With a standard saw blade on the motor, the blade is slightly angled (maybe by 0.1 degree positive). With a full dado set, the blade is angled about 0.25 degrees negative. Meaning that the motor has a good bit of play in the angles, depending on the weight of the blades on it.
6) The height adjustment. Who designed this thing?? If you set your blade height to be a specific height (let's say so that the blade is 3/4" high) but the knob on the height adjustment dial is the left side (or right side, or top or anywhere other than the very bottom of the wheel), you can make one single cut and the knob on the height adjustment with drift down to bottom-dead-center. So the height will eventually shift down throughout one cut. This requires you to essentially plan that whatever height you designed for is NEVER going to be accurate unless it HAPPENS to fall so that the knob is at the very bottom for the cut. So ridiculous.
7) The insert plate. This is SUPER cheaply made. It's metal, so I guess that would normally be a plus, but the metal's so thin (18-20 gauge, I believe) that it comes heavily warped. I have spent hours trying to adjust the plate so that it's level with the bed with no luck. Same goes for the dado-plate (although it's made of slightly thicker metal, and seemed to arrive fairly flat). If you wanted to make your own insert plate, you certainly could, however there's very little room between the top of the table and the resting points for the insert plate (remember the thin metal?). It just cheaply made.
So to sum up:
If you're looking for a portable saw and don't really care so much about the accuracy of the saw or anything like that, by all means buy it.
If you're like me and have a small workarea and are looking for something that's small but flexible, yet somewhat accurate, I'm afraid that this isn't it. I'm pretty convinced that no table saw manufacturer has captured that wild unicorn just yet...
Saw dust shoot needs to be improved to discharge... good if a vac is attached in shop conditions, but cant' do in the field.
Pros - metal housing, not plastic. Stand is a clever design, and works very well. Easy to roll around. On board storage is well thought out. Nice dust port. I like the table extensions.
Cons - Instructions...really bad. Tiny, blurry pictures showing assembly. Anti-kickback pawls aren't the best I have seen. Not sure how long they will remain on. I am not thrilled with the rip fence, it jiggles and tends to move, but it is workable.
Bear in mind that this is a contractor saw. If you are building a Queen Anne tallboy requiring a high degree of accuracy and finesse, this isn't the saw for you. If you are throwing together some pine shelves for the garage, or ripping 2x4's, cutting siding, it works great.
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