Delta Unifence for Sale

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  • #2734

    Joe Bottigliere
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    Here’s another boys. I got a like-new Unifence with 60″ rail for sale. I’d like to get $200 but it is negotiable. The fence could mount to most any saw and of course the aluminum rail can be cut shorter if need be. I have one and it works great. If you are not familiar with the Unifence, the fence itself can easily be removed, slid forward or back on the head and (as I do) a much shorter 10″ fence can be put on for crosscuts without losing your dimensional setting.
    A sacrificial fence can be easily added as well.

  • #2746
    Ben Nawrath
    Ben Nawrath
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    I have one myself, love it. I’ve considered trying to find a second “head” to leave setup with a fence on the right hand side, but it’s hard to find just that and not a whole setup. If someone wants just the rail, lemme know :)

  • #2747

    Charlie James
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    I agree, great tool to have.

  • #2795
    Jim Moloney
    Jim Moloney
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    I got the fence attached Joe, it works great, now I just have to replace the right side table extension with a solid table top and make it bigger so I can use the entire length of the rail.

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  • #2801

    Joe Bottigliere
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    Nice job!
    I never considered the cut-out table would be an issue but the lever does apply downward pressure. I guess you need something under it to press back! I suppose you can simply make a plywood or laminated side table to replace that one section. No need to buy a full cast iron one. Though, it is nice to have the extra mass. It’s just more expense and more mounting screws between the components.

  • #2802
    Jim Moloney
    Jim Moloney
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    The foot on the back of the fence slides across the table and falls into the cut outs. I’m thinking a laminated table top and maybe some storage under it, shelves and drawers. Now I have a winter project.

  • #2809

    Charlie James
    Participant

    I have been in commercial shops that have a full length piece of laminate held up with shop made legs. Of course they have plenty of room. That’s when it really becomes a “table” saw…

  • #2816

    Joe Bottigliere
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    That’s funny. In all the years I’ve owned and operated one, I’ve never once sawed a table on it. 😉

  • #2869
    Ben Nawrath
    Ben Nawrath
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    I have a delta contractor saw with a unifence. Cast iron to the left, laminate to the right with legs under it. Just make sure you have leveling feet of some sort so you can adjust it flat to the saw.

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