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Model #36-T30T3

30 in. T-Square Fence and Rail System

  • Fence locks to front guide rail allowing for fence attachments
  • Easy-gliding steel tube fence body to handle repetitive cuts
  • Aluminum and solid steel construction for years of constant
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Product Overview

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.

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
65
Product Height (in.)
5 in
Product Width (in.)
14 in

Details

Bench & Stationary Tool Type
Accessory
Ideally Used With
Table Saws
Product Weight (lb.)
63 lb
Returnable
90-Day
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
2 Year Limited Warranty

Questions & Answers

88Questions21Answers

Will this fit on a Delta 36-600?

Asked by Jeffro March 30, 2021
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It will fit on many saws but most will need drilling. The instructions are good. My old Craftsman took me about 3 hours. Take your time. The fence turned my saw into a great one, amazing difference.

kobalt table saw

Asked by bking August 4, 2020
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No, the 36-t30t3 will not work on the Kt1015 job site saw.

will this fit a craftsman 113226680 direct drive 10 inch contractors saw with 20 inch deep table

Asked by harley July 5, 2020
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Yes. Been there. Did it.

Will this fit a Chicago Electric 10 inch 15amp table saw

Asked by Matt June 16, 2020
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Biesemeyer fence will fit table tops 23" in depth and at least 1-1/2" front and back edge for rails. T30/T50 fence will fit table tops 27" in depth and at least 1-1/2" front and back edge for rails. Either way, minor alterations may be required (hole size, etc.,) when completing installation (s).

I have an old Trademaster TMWC-105M. The table top is 40 in wide and 27 in deep, or if you will, ...

Asked by DPL April 21, 2020
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It should fit that saw. I Installed mine on a craftsman contractor saw that looks exactly like your saw. My table is 27” deep as well. The fence works perfectly. I had to drill some holes in the rails to match up with the bolt holes on my saw but it was very easy to install. You can find several videos on line to help with the install. This fence is a total game changer!

Will it fit a Delta 34-670 10" table saw?

Asked by David April 3, 2020
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If you don't mind drilling some mounting holes......probably.

Will it fit a delta model 34-400

Asked by Dand March 25, 2020
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I looked at the saw and I'll say it should fit. Since it is a Delta saw, it may fit without having to drill any alternate holes. But, it will fit most saws, you just have to drill your own holes. I fit mine to a Craftsman by drilling a few of my own holes. Works perfectly.

Will this fit a Kobalt kt-1015

Asked by Bob March 13, 2020
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No idea! There are very few saws it fits out of the box that didn't include mine. It did take me a couple hours to mount and drill new holes because they didn't line up. It is perfect since. It is definitely worth the challenge to mount, it is the perfect solution.

Will this fit the Kobalt kt10152 table saw?

Asked by Andy January 15, 2020
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No it wont. The problem is usually in the depth of the portable table saw. For my dewalt I had to create a sub-table that the table saw could hang in and be leveled to the table out of a solid core door. Even so, the depth wasnt quite right for the rear rail to be used. I primary used it for awhile with the front rail only. I now have a old craftsman 113 series vbelt table saw I am installing this on.

Will this fit the Masterforce 10in Contractor Table Saw?

Asked by Zach December 1, 2019
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That, I am not sure of. I put this system on my Delta 10" Contractor table saw and had really no issues on the installation. Usually if the documentation says that it will fit ... it does. You may have to drill some new holes for placement of the rails. I really am not familiar with the Masterforce product. I would purchase the system and unpack it and see if there will be any major modifications. If you feel like too much work, simply return it . GOOD LUCK!!!! HAPPY CUTTING.

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Customer Reviews

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Works great! 20" Direct Drive Craftsman table saw requires a little extra work
Fence is a great upgrade to my Craftsman 113.226880. I have what is one of the "direct drive" Craftsman table saws where the table is only 20" deep. If you are going to upgrade a Craftsman 27" deep table saw, the process should be much easier compared to a 20" deep table. The fence has a little clamping piece on the underside that pulls against the angle iron (when the fence is locked) that is mounted on the back side of the table. For the 20" deep table I had to move that little clamping bracket piece on the fence, 7" inward so when I attached the Delta angle iron piece the clamp would work correctly catch when locking the position of the fence. The other challenge I had was I had to cut off metal rod that stuck out of the back of the table saw(see pictures) that is normally used to hold the blade guard (which I never had since the table saw was given to me). After removing the little metal plate that holds the metal rod piece in position, I cut off the dowel sticking out of the back and then I move the metal positioning plate to the inside of the table top so it would not be in the way of the Delta angle iron piece. It should be noted that the metal rod (or what is remaining of it after it is cut off) is also part of what is used to hold the blade true to the table top, so the metal plate still needs to be used and attached in proper position. I did have to drill a hole and grind a notch in the Delta angle iron to accommodate the screws holding the metal plate as shown in the picture. Ultimately, I plan to add a 7" extension to the back side of the table saw that allows me to make use of the full length of the fence. As you can see in the pictures that the fence overhangs quite a bit. Another option would be to build a larger outfeed table. But initially, I just wanted to upgrade the fence which this Delta fence does nicely.
by AlwaysStartingProjects
1 person found this helpful
I purchased this Delta fence to replace the oem fence on a 70's vintage Craftsman 10" table saw. ...
I purchased this Delta fence to replace the oem fence on a 70's vintage Craftsman 10" table saw. Prior to purchasing this I read and viewed many posts on how to install this on my saw and was expecting it to be a difficult chore. Not so! Delta provides a nifty little tool with the fence that lets you fasten the rails (front and back) at exactly the correct height for the fence to move smoothly across the saw table. The only issue is with the spacing of the holes in the rails which do not line up with the holes in the Craftsman's saw table. The main mounting holes for a Delta product are spaced 16" apart - 8" on either side of the blade, while on the Craftsman saw, the fence mounting holes are 16.5" apart. So neither of the pre-drilled holes in the new fence rail could be used because a new hole would intersect the edge of the other pre-drilled hole. Solution: I temporarily mounted the rail using holes in the extension wings and adjusted the height of the rail using the height gauge. I then mounted the bar containing the measuring tapes to the rail, and checked to see if the indicators on the fence itself could be set to '0' when the fence was set up against the blade both left and right. That done, using a scratch awl, I then marked the places to drill two new holes in the rail by going from the backside of the cast iron table. Obviously, these two holes were 16.5" apart and were just slightly lower than the pre-drilled holes since this was not a Delta saw. I took off the rail, and then went to my drill press and using a small diameter drill bit, drilled two pilot holes (using thread cutting oil!) and then enlarged them to the same size as the pre-drilled holes (remember to using thread cutting oil and drill slowly so as not to burn up your drill bit!). I then chamfered the holes using a chamforing bit in the drill press. From there, it was a simple matter to bolt the rail to the front of the saw table, make a final adjustment to the height using the supplied tool prior to tightening up the supplied bolts. Then I attached the track tube with measuring tapes and the front rail installed was done. The back rail was simpler to attach since it is not critical to the operation of the fence - it simple provides a support surface for the fence to ride on when moving the fence. My Craftsman saw has no holes in the saw table so I attached the back rail to the extension wings. Worked great! After checking that the fence was parallel to the miter gauge slots (and of course, the blade parallel to the slots), I ripped a 1x4 to a smaller dimension (e.g. 3 or so inches). Using a digital caliper, I measured the width, and then set the plastic indicator to the same width that I just cut. Same for the other side of the fence. TI then tested the accuracy of the tape measures by setting them to say, 6 cm and ripping a new piece. The width of cut was right on! The fence glides easily over the table and maintains its squareness across the entire range of the saw. This is such an improvement over the oem fence that this one replaced. Don't hesitate! You too can improve the usability of your old saw!
by HAPPYRIPPER
3 people found this helpful
Installed this on my craftsman 113 contractor table saw that has two cast iron wings. The install...
Installed this on my craftsman 113 contractor table saw that has two cast iron wings. The install went fine. I needed to drill holes for the front and back mounting angles. None of the holes in the angles matched holes on the cast iron tables or wings. Drilling was not a problem. The drilled holes were close to the bottom edge of the cast iron tops, but not an issue. The key is locating the angles laterally along the side of the table. I pre-assembled the tube to the front angle placed it on my wood supports that I use for sawing, placed the fence on table top adjacent to the blade, and slid the tube/angle assembly laterally until the fence guide line lined up with the zero mark on the tube tape. This corresponded to the angle being 1/4" past the left end of the cast iron wing. I didn't want to drill new holes in the angles. It was easier to use the holes in the angles to mark new holes on the side of the cast iron table top. Repeated the same process for the rear angle. I mounted my on/off switch at about the same location as it was, but drilling a pair holes in the angle below the table top. Mounted a small piece of wood to the backside of the angle, and mounted the switch to the wood. Project complete. The fence is really nice. The sides of the fence are square and true as they are aluminum extrusions. Nice!
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Mounted the T3 system to my 30 year old Craftsman table saw. The install took about 2 hours and r...
Mounted the T3 system to my 30 year old Craftsman table saw. The install took about 2 hours and required the drilling of some new mounting holes. The only other issue that I had was the measure tape didn't align correctly on my saw, I wish it came separately for self installation. My solution was to purchase a 3rd party adhesive backed measure tape and replace it over the existing one. The work was well worth the effort, a vast improvement over the stock fence!
by mr3316a
1 person found this helpful
The original fence on my Craftsman table saw was junk so I purchased this fence and I am extremel...
The original fence on my Craftsman table saw was junk so I purchased this fence and I am extremely pleased with it. I had to drill new holes to mount it but not a problem at all. Great fence!
by 45acp
I will dispel some myths and confirm the facts... first, this is a $200 t-square fence... NOT a $...
I will dispel some myths and confirm the facts... first, this is a $200 t-square fence... NOT a $400 Biesemeyer fence... this was built to be used on a 27" deep table saw... BUT can be adapted for any saw (if there's a will there's a way) does this lock in the rear, simple answer is yes (it uses a bracket that when the front cam is engaged creates downward pressure on the rear slide) are the comments true that the fence faces are warped... yes there very thin aluminum... is this a deal breaker?... NO .... if your buying this fence then you should have the skills to make a new fence faces (simple), and again its a $200 T-Square fence.... I mounted this on an older JET saw... it needed to be slightly modify (oval and or drill a few holes) I've seen comments that its not square to there saw (blade).... this is on the end user to adjust (very simple and straightforward to do) so I can't NOT say this again, for $200 this is an awesome value for a VERY accurate T-Square rip fence... I couldn't be any happier!!
by Cindy
7 people found this helpful
I retrofitted my Ridgid r4512 table saw with this fence. I looked at several options including t...
I retrofitted my Ridgid r4512 table saw with this fence. I looked at several options including the Biesemeyer version, Vega, ShopFox, etc, but the price of this couldn't be beat. The retrofit was a bit of work taking a few hours to align everything and drilling additional holes in the angle iron to mount to the existing holes in the tablesaw but it was straightforward. They include a simple but effective gauge to help align the front and back rails correctly which helped. I built an extension table and had to buy some longer bolts to attach it but otherwise. Once installed, the fence was easy to square up to the miter slots and blade. I usually measure and mark my workpiece to setup the fence distance, but I did run some test cuts using the fence ruler and they were very accurate. Overall, the saw has been great but I've always been disappointed with the fence. If you have a good saw but need a better fence, this is a great option to replacing the whole saw but might require work to make it fit.
by Timothy
1 person found this helpful
Rails required new holes to be drilled in order to fit a Craftsman cast iron table saw but if you...
Rails required new holes to be drilled in order to fit a Craftsman cast iron table saw but if you take your time and follow modification instructions that can be found online, you will be so happy you made the effort. I should have done this years ago.
by JR
2 people found this helpful
good fence for the money. easy install.
good fence for the money. easy install.
by Gs
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I installed this fence on my Kobalt model KT1015. It took me a few hours, but it works great. Bei...
I installed this fence on my Kobalt model KT1015. It took me a few hours, but it works great. Being that this is a folding saw I never leave the fence on the saw when it's folded, if you bump the handle the fence will hit the floor before most of us could catch it.
by Elsinore
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