I recently purchased a circa 1990 Delta Model 10 Deluxe Radial Arm Saw,
actual model number 33-990, that is missing the table(s) and fence.
Would someone that has one of these saws please measure and post the
dimensions of the wood parts so I can fabricate them from stock on
hand? I can handle the fastening and leveling parts myself.
Also, if anyone has successfully modified the table/fence arrangement,
I would like to know what you have done.
Thanks in advance
My Model 10 is a 1994 but the same model number and the dimensions are
probably the same as yours. Going from front to back my table
MDF: 1" T x 42" W x 17" D
I also put a piece of 1/8" hardboard over this part.
Solid pine: 3/4" T x 42" W x 1-3/4" D (turn it on its side so it sticks
up 3/4" above table)
MDF: 1" T x 42" W x 1-1/8" D
MDF: 1" T x 42" W x 6-5/8" D
Hope this is helpful.
On 6 Sep 2006 08:01:22 -0700, email@example.com wrote:
The table size changed a number of times over the years. Mine is 44"
x 28" with 20" in front of the fence when clamped in it's normal
Do you need the leveling screw center dimension or are they intact on
| I recently purchased a circa 1990 Delta Model 10 Deluxe Radial Arm
| Saw, actual model number 33-990, that is missing the table(s) and
| fence. Would someone that has one of these saws please measure and
| post the dimensions of the wood parts so I can fabricate them from
| stock on hand? I can handle the fastening and leveling parts
| Also, if anyone has successfully modified the table/fence
| arrangement, I would like to know what you have done.
Can't help you with the original dimensions; but you have an
opportunity to do some customization aimed at enhancing the saw for
your particular use. I put up a web page at the link below that might
offer a few ideas (my RAS is a ToolKraft; but the mods I made might be
handy without regard to make or model.)
DeSoto, Iowa USA
Thanks to dm012, Frank and Morris for the prompt and valuable
information. I wish I had enough space for the big table that Morris
uses, but will stick close to the dimensions provided by the others.
I have a salvaged piece of 1" fir plywood for the table, and have a
good plan for the leveling screws.
Morris Dovey wrote:
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