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INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Limited Edition Unisaw
®
with
52" Unifence
®
(Model 36-841)
36-841 Consists of:
36-829 Base Unit
36-937 10" Cast Iron Wings(2)
36-918 (52") Unifence Assembly
36-978 Gray table boards
36-904 Unifence Front Rail with Stop
35-617 Carbide Blade
50-289 Mobile Base
36-862 Zero Clearance Insert
PART NO. 422-04-651-0063 (01-15-02)
Copyright © 2002 Delta Machinery
To learn more about DELTA MACHINERY
visit our website at: www.deltamachinery.com.
For Parts, Service, Warranty or other Assistance,
please call
1-800-223-7278 (In Canada call 1-800-463-3582).
Limited Edition Unisaw
®
with
50" Commercial Biesemeyer
Fence System
(Model 36-843)
36-843 Consists of:
36-829 Base Unit
36-937 10" Cast Iron Wings(2)
78-995 (50") Biesemeyer Fence Assembly
78-996 Commercial Fence with Legs
78-924 Gray table boards
35-617 Carbide Blade
50-289 Mobile Base
36-862 Zero Clearance Insert
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Summary of Contents

Page 1 - INSTRUCTION MANUAL

INSTRUCTION MANUALLimited Edition Unisaw®with 52" Unifence®(Model 36-841)36-841 Consists of:36-829 Base Unit36-937 10" Cast Iron Wings(2)36-

Page 2 - GENERAL SAFETY RULES

10ASSEMBLING BLADEGUARD AND SPLITTERASSEMBLYCAUTION: MAKE CERTAIN THE MACHINE ISDISCONNECTED FROM THE POWER SOURCE.1. Remove the table insert Fig. 11.

Page 3 - Refer to them often

116. Using a wrench to hold the hex nut (J) Fig. 16, tight-en rod (G) Fig. 17, with a small screwdriver (K) or similardevice through the hole in the e

Page 4 - GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS

1211. Reassemble the saw blade, making certain the teethare pointing down at the front of the saw table as shownin Fig. 23, and assemble the outside b

Page 5 - OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

13Fig. 31ASSEMBLING RIP FENCE HOLDER BRACKETSAssemble the rip fence holder brackets (A) and (B) Fig.32A, to the four holes located in the left hand si

Page 6

14ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS FOR MODEL 36-91852" UNIFENCE WITH 34-978 TABLE AND SHELF1. Fig. 33 shows the hole location for mounting theUnifence table

Page 7 - 52" UNIFENCE

15Fig. 39GFHIFig. 40Fig. 41JKLMJ6. Fasten the front (F) and rear table (G) supports Fig.39, to the bottom of the table as shown using four#8x7/8"

Page 8 - INSTRUCTIONS

ASSEMBLING UNIFENCEGUIDE RAIL TO TABLE1. Locate the Guide Rail and mounting hardware fromthe packing material of the Unifence.2. The guide rail has en

Page 9 - /4" hex head screws

17Fig. 49 Fig. 50Fig. 51Fig. 52FEABAC3. Insert two 3/8-24x1" hex head bolts into the twoholes (F) Fig. 49, in the front of saw table and place fl

Page 10 - ASSEMBLY

188. Move the square (H) Fig. 54, to the end of theUnifence table and check to make certain the samedistance is maintained from the top surface of the

Page 11

19ASSEMBLING CURSOR TOUNIFENCE BODY1. Remove two screws and flat washers (A) Fig. 60, andassemble the cursor (B) to the Unifence body (C).Replace the

Page 12 - TO SAW FRAME

2GENERAL SAFETY RULESWoodworking can be dangerous if safe and proper operating procedures are not followed. As with all machinery, thereare certain ha

Page 13 - Attaching the motor cover

20ASSEMBLING FENCE TOUNIFENCE BODY1. The fence (A) can be assembled to clamp plate (B) ineither the horizontal position as shown in Fig. 66, or thever

Page 14

215. The distance the fence is positioned away from theblade is indicated by the two witness lines (B) and (C) Fig.72, located on the cursor (D). The

Page 15

22sticks may interfere with the blade guard. That flatpushboard can be made as shown in Fig. 124A.Whenripping material with a veneer facing that exten

Page 16 - ASSEMBLING UNIFENCE

23Fig. 80Fig. 81ADJUSTING CLAMPINGACTION OF FENCELOCKING HANDLEWhen the fence locking handle (A) is pushed to the downposition, as shown in Fig. 80, t

Page 17

24Fig. 84Fig. 86AFig. 85BUSING THE FENCE AS ACUT-OFF GAGEWARNING: WHEN USING YOUR UNIFENCE AS ACUT-OFF GAGE, MAKE SURE IT IS PROPERLY SETUP AS DESCRIB

Page 18 - SETTING FLIP STOP

25ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS FOR MODEL 78-995 50" COMMERCIAL BIESEMEYER FENCE SYSTEMASSEMBLING GUIDE RAILS1. Assemble the front rail (A) Fig. 88, to f

Page 19

26ASSEMBLING TABLE LEGS TO EXTENSION TABLE1. Position the two legs, at the inside of one end of theextension table, mark the position of the eight hol

Page 20 - FENCE OPERATION

27Fig. 97 Fig. 98ASSEMBLING GUIDE TUBE TO FRONT RAIL1. Lay the guide tube (B) Fig. 97, on the saw table asshown, and line up the threaded holes (C) on

Page 21 - UNIFENCE

28ADJUSTING FENCEPARALLEL TO MITER GAGE SLOTSNOTE: Delta table saws have been aligned at the factoryso that the miter gage slots in the table are para

Page 22 - DEGREES TO TABLE

29OPERATING CONTROLS AND UNISAW ADJUSTMENTSSTARTING AND STOPPING THE SAWTo apply power to the machine, push “ON” button (A) Fig.106. To stop the machi

Page 23 - SAW BLADE

ADDITIONAL SAFETY RULES FORCIRCULAR SAWS3WARNING: FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE RULES MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURYSAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS. Refer to

Page 24 - FACING ON THE UNIFENCE

30ADJUSTING 90 AND 45DEGREE POSITIVE STOPSPositive stops are provided to quickly and accuratelyposition the blade at 90 and 45 degrees to the table. T

Page 25 - ASSEMBLING GUIDE RAILS

31ADJUSTING TABLE INSERTPlace a straight edge (B) across the table at both ends ofthe table insert as shown in Fig. 113. The table insert (A)should al

Page 26 - TO FRONT AND REAR RAILS

32MAINTENANCECHANGING THE SAW BLADE1. DISCONNECT MACHINE FROM POWER SOURCE.2. NOTE: Two wrenches are supplied with the saw forchanging the saw blade;

Page 27 - TO FRONT RAIL

33PROTECTING CAST IRON TABLE FROM RUSTTo clean and protect cast iron tables from rust, you will need the following materials: 1 pushblock from a joint

Page 28

34RIPPINGRipping is the operation of making a lengthwise cutthrough a board, as shown in Fig. 123, and the rip fence(A) is used to position and guide

Page 29 - AND UNISAW ADJUSTMENTS

35USING ACCESSORYMOULDING CUTTERHEADMoulding is cutting a shape on the edge or face of thework. Cutting mouldings with a moulding cutterhead inthe cir

Page 30 - ADJUSTING TABLE

36USING ACCESSORY DADO HEADIMPORTANT: THE BLADE GUARD AND SPLITTERASSEMBLY CANNOT BE USED WHEN DADOING ORMOULDING AND MUST BE REMOVED OR SWUNGTO THE R

Page 31 - AND ADJUSTMENT

37CONSTRUCTING A FEATHERBOARDFig. 135, illustrates dimensions for making a typical featherboard. The material which the featherboard is constructedof,

Page 32 - MAINTENANCE

38PUSH STICKMAKE FROM 1/2" OR 3/4"WOOD OR THICKNESSLESS THAN WIDTH OFMAT’L. TO BE CUTCUT OFF HERE TOPUSH 1/4" WOODCUT OFF HERE TOPUSH 1

Page 33 - OPERATIONS

39Two Year Limited WarrantyDelta will repair or replace, at its expense and at its option, any Delta machine, machine part, or machine accessory which

Page 34 - RIP FENCE

4POWER CONNECTIONSA separate electrical circuit should be used for your machines. This circuit should not be less than #12 wire and shouldbe protected

Page 35 - MOULDING CUTTERHEAD

The following are trademarks of PORTER-CABLE·DELTA (Las siguientes son marcas registradas de PORTER-CABLE S.A.): BAMMER®,INNOVATION THAT WORKS®, JETST

Page 36 - DADO HEAD

Use proper extension cords. Make sure your extension cord is in good condition and is a 3-wire extension cord whichhas a 3-prong grounding type plug a

Page 37 - BLADE GUARD ACCESSORIES

6Fig. 1UNISAW1. Unisaw2. Switch3. Motor cover4. Blade guard and splitter bracket5. Support rod6. 5/8" Internal tooth washer7. 5/8-18 Jam nut8. Up

Page 38 - PUSH STICK

752" UNIFENCE1. Unifence body (1)2. Fence (1)3. Leg/Shelf support bracket 4. Legs (2)5. Table support brackets (2)6. Unifence cursor (1)7. Unifen

Page 39 - Two Year Limited Warranty

850" COMMERCIAL BIESEMEYER FENCE SYSTEMNOTE: A common hardware package is used for several different models, therefore you may have leftover hard

Page 40 - • DELTA)

9ASSEMBLING ON/OFFSWITCH1. The on/off switch (A) Fig. 10, is shipped attached to amounting bracket at the right side of the machine.2. Loosely assembl

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