I'm (still) putting together my Unisaw that came with the right side
extension table and mobile base. I have the saw on the mobile base
and the cast iron wing tables on both sides of the saw. Now I'm
trying to get the right side (wood) extension table installed and I'm
not making good progress. At this point I think the wood extension
table is not flat.
When I put my 4' level on the top of the extension table (loosely
installed on the saw and mobile base) I get a gap in about the middle
of the table (lengthwise, not front/back) that is about 3/32". When I
put the level on the bottom of the front of the table the level rocks.
So based on both these observations I'm thinking that the extension
table itself is not flat. (I have turned the level over and get the
same reading. So I'm pretty sure that my level isn't the problem.)
Is there anything I could have done to cause this? The extension
table has been sitting in my garage for about three weeks leaning up
against a wall (almost vertical).
Is there any way that I can correct this? It seems severe enough to
me that I'm not going to be able to do anything about it and I'm going
to have to ask Delta to send a new table.