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Delta 10" contractor tablesaw 36-5000

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Delta Machinery


Unique Tubular Stand for maximum support and stability
Ease of mobility with two fixed wheels and one swivel wheel
Cast iron table top with 1-LH and 2-RH stamped steel extension wings.
Heavy duty one piece rail system for precision cuts every time
Heavy Duty Biesemeyer style fence with Dual rip windows
Quick Assembly stand with less parts, allows fast assembly.
Blade Brake stops the blade within seconds of the power being turned off
Large, easy to access ON/OFF switch
Industry Standard tool-free split guard design allows a true rise-and fall riving knife by using a lever on the inside the throat plate. Tool-less assembly of riving knife and anti-kickback pawls.
UL Listed

Motor: 15 Amp Induction Motor, 1 PH, 60 Hz Voltage: Dual Voltage 120V – 240V
Arbor: 5/8 in. Blade Tilt: 45° Left
Max. Depth of Cut at 90°: 3 ½ in. Max. Depth of Cut at 45°: 2 ¼ 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. STACKED DADO
Dust Port Size: FIT 2-1/2" HOSE (WITH 4" ADAPTER) Width with Fence: 57 in.
Height: 44 in. Depth :33 in.
Weight:230 lbs. Net

WOOD magazine review

Contractor saw packs surprising punch

Review Summary

Because I’m used to a 3-hp cabinet saw, I have to admit to being pleasantly surprised at the performance of Delta’s new contractor-style saw. In fact, I could not bog down its 1-3/4-hp motor, even when ripping 8/4 white oak. And despite having stamped-steel wings instead of cast iron, the 36-5000 showed no discernible vibration.
(You can buy this saw with solid cast-iron wings, model 36-5100, for $300 more.) The T-square rip fence needed only a minor adjustment, but then locked solidly without moving or deflecting during ripcuts. And the 30" rip capacity lets you cut well beyond the center of a 4'-wide sheet of plywood. The miter gauge works well, with nine adjustable stops at the most commonly used angles. After I upgraded to a premium-quality blade, the 36-5000 produced excellent cuts with little to no scoring. I like this saw’s split blade guard and multiposition riving knife for keeping the kerf open behind the blade—preventing kickback—and keeping my hands safe. And despite having just a 2-1/2" dust port, dust collection proved exemplary when I hooked it up to a shop vacuum. —Tested by Randy Zimmerman

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