I have a Delta Contractors TS -- made in the USA -- probably from
96-97. I'm the original owner.
It seems the top is slightly rounded from front to back. When I lay a
staightedge across it, it "rocks". I've tried pulling the center
down, by shimming the front edge. It helped some. It's out of flat
by .010 to .020.
I guess front to back is better than left to right.
Any suggestions? It's noticeable when I butt up the "more flat" right
wing table. If I get it level at the front and back, the TS top is
above the wing in the center.
I alligned the blade to slots, and am within .003 using the same
reference pt on the blade from front to back.
I thought runout was very impressive .001