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As mentioned in my other post, we recently moved to another state and I had to leave my old table saw behind (that Craftsman 113-series which I restored a couple years ago). It paid itself off many times over, so I didn’t feel particularly nostalgic when I left it to my BIL. It went to a good home and earned me some major karma points.

After a week of scouring the local classifieds, and some rather comical and/or disappointing encounters with different saws and the people who were selling them, I found my diamond in the rough - a US made Delta 36-451 in mint condition, with a full swag package including a sliding table and a Unifence.

Problem is, I can’t seem to find a manual for it. Everywhere I looked refers to a 36-451X model which is a left tilt and does not include the sliding table. I’m sure I can figure it all out myself, but why not save time and ask. Is anyone here familiar with this model, particularly with the sliding compound ?


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Had one of those I bought new in a Lowes clearance in a store they closed. It was an adequate saw, but only one hp. Glad to have upgraded, but I got a lot of use out of the Delta. I don't have the manual anymore, and I can't find it online.
 

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Had one of those I bought new in a Lowes clearance in a store they closed. It was an adequate saw, but only one hp. Glad to have upgraded, but I got a lot of use out of the Delta. I don't have the manual anymore, and I can't find it online.
I’ll rewire it for 220, should do fine. Am not milling slabs on it.


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As mentioned in my other post, we recently moved to another state and I had to leave my old table saw behind (that Craftsman 113-series which I restored a couple years ago). It paid itself off many times over, so I didn’t feel particularly nostalgic when I left it to my BIL. It went to a good home and earned me some major karma points.

After a week of scouring the local classifieds, and some rather comical and/or disappointing encounters with different saws and the people who were selling them, I found my diamond in the rough - a US made Delta 36-451 in mint condition, with a full swag package including a sliding table and a Unifence.

Problem is, I can’t seem to find a manual for it. Everywhere I looked refers to a 36-451X model which is a left tilt and does not include the sliding table. I’m sure I can figure it all out myself, but why not save time and ask. Is anyone here familiar with this model, particularly with the sliding compound ?


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Try this link for a manual Delta Table Saws Owner's Manuals
 

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Is this it?
No. The one I found was a free pdf file.

Delta Table Saws Owner's Manuals - Mike's Tools
https://www.mikestools.com › Delta-Table-Saws-Owner...
 

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Guys, these are all for the 36-451X which is the left tilt one. I did some more research and it seems that both the Unifence and the sliding table are optional and have their own manuals. It’s quite possible that I’ll actually have to replace the sliding table, it’s made of melamine and has a play.


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On the same note, I found the 36-451X manual as well as the 36-455 and the 36-902 at manualslib.com. Same as Mike’s Tools, these are free .pdf downloads.


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