Model # 36-T30T3

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Delta Power Equipment 30 in. T-Square Fence and Rail System
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Delta Power Equipment

30 in. T-Square Fence and Rail System

$213.39 /each

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The fence locks securely to front guide rail allowing for fence attachments. The Easy-gliding steel tube fence body to handle quick. Repetitive cut-off work, precision ripping and squaring cuts.

  • Length: fence 37 in., rail 57-1/2 in.
  • Max rips to left of blade: 13-1/2 in.
  • Fence height: 2-1/2 in.
  • Max rips to right of blade: 30 in.

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Customer Questions & Answers

Will this fit a DELTA 13-Amp 10-in Table Saw (Model # 36-725)?

Will this fit a DELTA 13-Amp 10-in Table Saw (Model # 36-725)?
Asked by: TheFrenchWickler
You may have to drill and countersink a few holes (I had to drill two on the two angle iron brackets on my Craftsman saw) but it can easily be accomplished by any DIY individual assuming time is taken to measure twice and cut once.
Answered by: Teeds
Date published: 2017-01-17

Rail and angle material?

I see that the material list as aluminum. What are the rails and guide made out of? I would assume steel but since it isn't stocked in the stores I'd want to know for sure first.
Asked by: Woodchips
angles are steel
Answered by: taatich
Date published: 2017-01-11

Will this work on a ridgid R4512 talbesaw.without doing a lot of modifications?

Asked by: R4512Owner
You may have to drill and countersink a few holes (I had to drill two on the two angle iron brackets on my Craftsman saw) but it can easily be accomplished by any DIY individual assuming time is taken to measure twice and cut once.
Answered by: Teeds
Date published: 2017-01-17

Craftsman 113

Does this now have holes for a Craftsman 113.* saw, or is it still a modification?
Asked by: razmaspaz
I put this on a circa 1960 Craftsman table saw. I only had two holes in the front of my saw and none on the back. You will most likely have to drill some holes either in your table or make new holes on the rails that come with this system. It was pretty easy to do though.
Answered by: diyMATT
Date published: 2017-01-09
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30 in. T-Square Fence and Rail System is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 46.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fast delivery, well packed, heavy duty fence As an after-market upgrade (or replacement) fence the Delta T3 is excellent for ~$200. Far superior to original fences on most DIY-oriented table saws. Installation difficulty differs for different saws. I gather if you have a Delta saw it is fairly plug-and-play. For other saws it is more complicated due to need to drill holes, etc. Packing (and fence) arrived at home in excellent condition, and ahead of schedule. I know other comments note box was beat up...not mine! Minor quibbles: 1) installation time estimate of 1.5 hours was way low...2x or 3x is more reasonable estimate. 2) I wish back rail was as long a front rail; that would make installing a router table, etc. better. 3) I would prefer the "measuring tape" on the front rail could be installed by me; it comes pre-installed. That means it assumes the fence is installed only one way; on my saw it is with the rail flush with the table's cast iron extension on the left side, and extends beyond the extension on the right. There is no reason to force it to be that way; if the measuring tape was owner-installed you would have more flexibility in how to assemble your fence.
Date published: 2016-10-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from modified this to fit my rigid saw. Only had to drill a few extra holes and it was good to go. G... modified this to fit my rigid saw. Only had to drill a few extra holes and it was good to go. Great upgrade.
Date published: 2017-01-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I recently finished rebuilding an early 90's Craftsman 113 series table saw that I inherited from... I recently finished rebuilding an early 90's Craftsman 113 series table saw that I inherited from a relative. I made several improvements, but this fence is definitely the most noticeable. The one that came on this saw had a 24" rip capacity on both sides, however it had a significant bow in it and would not stay parallel to the blade unless I measured several times and held it while clamping it down. The T-Square fence is always exactly where I clamp it, and it stays parallel every time. When I make a cut, it actually comes out the width that was shown on the rail. This system should fit any table saw that has a top that measures 27" deep. I ended up having to drill and countersink every single mounting hole into the front and back rails to align it with my table top and wings. I found a tutorial online, clamped the rails in place on my saw and used a punch to transfer the hole pattern from my saw. Take your time aligning it before you drill. You could drill the holes with a hand drill, but I would really recommend a drill press. Since I was reassembling my saw anyway, I went ahead and made the blade/arbor parallel to the miter slots in the table top, and then made the fence parallel to the miter slots using a dial caliper and Mag-dro miter slot base. The two rectangular aluminum fence tubes were not square (vertically) and have a slight vertical bow in them. I disassembled the fence several times and shimmed the tubes using masking tape to get both tubes as close to perpendicular to my table top as I could. Since I ended up with a bunch of extra wasted space between the rails, I decided to attach my router table. I figured it would save some space and let my use this nice fence for my router as well. I made some spacers out of 1 1/2 aluminum tubing, and since I had a bunch of extra hardware with this kit, I was able to bolt it right up. Once installed, it's very easy to make adjustments. I moved and rechecked the fence and found that it stays parallel to my miter slots within a few thousandths of an inch. Like I said, the fence had a slight concave on both faces, but shimming helped a lot. I miss the micro adjust knob my old fence had, but this one slides easy enough I can slightly lift the handle and nudge it one way or the other. The description was also a little misleading, since mine has 15 1/2" left side rip capacity and 30" right.
Date published: 2016-11-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I put this on my old (1976) 10" Craftsman 113xxx table saw and I have to say this is one of the b... I put this on my old (1976) 10" Craftsman 113xxx table saw and I have to say this is one of the best improvements that I have made to the saw. I don't even have to recheck with a tape measure, set the fence to your measurement and cut. I used to have to square up the fence to the blade and even use a couple of clamps on the fence to make sure it didn't move. This is really like getting a new table saw. Took a couple of hours to install and had to drill some new holes, I found it best to just drill thru both the angle Iron and the cast Iron top at the same time where it worked best for my saw.
Date published: 2017-01-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Product I installed this fence system on my ancient Sears 113 saw and this is a wonderful improvement to a solid saw that just keeps performing no matter how many jobsites I move it to. As others have said I had to add some holes to the angle in order to bolt it to the various threaded holes on my cast iron table. The layout was simple enough and a drill press made quick and accurate working of creating the holes. The entire install process took about 2 hours but it could have gone quicker had I stayed more deliberate in the process. Get one, you will not be disappointed.
Date published: 2016-08-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Bought this product to replace the fence on an old Craftsman 113.299040 table saw. After viewing ... Bought this product to replace the fence on an old Craftsman 113.299040 table saw. After viewing "how to" information on the internet I was able to install it with no problems. I opted to drill the rails from the kit rather than drill new holes in the cast iron table. Measure carefully and drill with a drill press if possible and it will work perfectly without all of the measuring at the front and back of the blade for each cut as was necessary with the original fence. It only took about 2.5 hours to complete. I am very happy with the results of this upgrade.
Date published: 2017-01-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from So far so good. It's installed on my Delta contractor saw, and did not require any drilling. Th... So far so good. It's installed on my Delta contractor saw, and did not require any drilling. The two things I like most are 1) longer rails than the original and 2) more precise fence. The fence locks into position square and does not deflect much, as opposed to the original. There is one really stupid thing though, which I docked one star for: adjusting the squaring shims requires a 3 mm Allen key, which is not included. Really, guys? There is a whole installation packet of gauges, fasteners, and tools, and you could not slip in what we need to true it up?
Date published: 2017-02-14
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not as accurate as I thought, but OK Installation on my 30 year old Delta contractors saw was relatively easy. The holes in the table and rails lined up perfectly. Once installed, the fence was not completely square to the table. The fence is an aluminum bar that is unevenly extruded and has a slightly concave shape to it when you look at it from either end. This made it difficult to adjust to square. The length of the fence was straight and did not appear to flex when wood was pushed through the blade. Still have to look more closely to determine how to remove the concave surface.
Date published: 2016-09-02
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