Posted by Unknown on 25th Jan 2014
Bolt pattern does not directly fit the Unisaw. Hence need to drill new holes. (Make even a small mistake in aligning the bolt holes, and you'll have problems getting proper alignment with the saw blade.) Why not have bolt pattern that matches the most common high quality cabinet saw sold to home and small commercial woodworking shops over the past 60 yrs?
Posted by Brent H on 9th Feb 2012
Purchased the sliding table attachment and mounted it on my Delta Unisaw. I drilled out the cast Iron Extension wing and taped it for 5/16 cap screws. I did not want to give up the width of the extension wing.
The sliding table is very smooth and was easy to line up with the table top. The fence was very east to set to 90 degrees and make adjustments. I cleaned the table and applied a good coat of paste wax. Things are really smooth now.
It would be great to have Busy Bee provide information for the proper T-Slot size for fitting jigs. Also, I will be stripping off the measurments and applying a new tape as retro fitting it has an 8" descrepancy.
so far a really good product and does not take up much space!
Posted by G. Smith on 16th Nov 2011
This ended up being just what I needed as I dont have a lot of room in the shop. I had to drill new holes in my table saw (I have a general) but after mounting it I have been very happy with the overall quality, build and its VERY smooth. This is a high end sliding table, and I compared many before buying this. I looked closely at the excalibur but it was much too big and MUCH too expensive. This is a perfect solution if youre looking for good quality slider and you dont have much room.
Posted by Brain M on 30th Sep 2011
mounted this sliding table to my beaver table saw and its a great addition. went on pretty quick and painless. fence is good w/flip stop and its very smooth.