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Forum topic by Bobby Shay posted 12-11-2011 03:22 PM 2892 views 0 times favorited 6 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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Bobby Shay

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12-11-2011 03:22 PM

I recently obtained a dewalt 7770 ras. It deosn’t have the wood work table on it. What I need from some of you guys is what type of wood do I need to get for the table and the dimensions for the table. I know it is in three parts the large front piece and the back piece and the fence that goes in between the front and back. I don’t have a manual for this saw and can’t find it any where to give me the dimensions so I am hoping some of you guys out there maght know the dimensions. Thanks very much and Merry Christmas.

-- Bobby

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Bob Cox Jr

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#1 posted 12-11-2011 04:35 PM

I can email you a manual if you like.

-- Hoot Owl Creek Wood, Hoot Owl Creek, Indiana

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#2 posted 12-11-2011 04:50 PM

The RAS tables I’ve seen were made from article board (usually 1” thick). They can be pretty much any size you want as long as they can be attached to the RAS frame.

When I had a RAS, I used scrap pieces of 3/4” ply for the fence, and tacked 1/4” ply to the front table to keep from cutting into it. I changed the fence fairly often, and the 1/4” ply about once a year.

-- Adversity doesn't build reveals it.

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Bobby Shay

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#3 posted 12-11-2011 06:21 PM

Bob I would really appreciate That. My email address is:
If there is any cost to you I will be glad to reimburse the expense…...Thanks

-- Bobby

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#4 posted 12-11-2011 06:23 PM

Thanks SAWKERF for the info.

-- Bobby

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#5 posted 12-11-2011 06:23 PM

Big fan of the “Mister Sawdust table.” You can google it. If you need more info, just lemme’ know.

Should also be able to find MINE, on my blog page, though … note … I ran the metal channel in the wrong direction (brain fart) !

Wait. Here are some pics.

-- -- Neil

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#6 posted 11-04-2018 03:08 AM

Hi I was looking for information on the dewal t 7770/3427 . I picked up one from the side of the road. Took off the door or benched that was bolted as a tale top. I scraped out the mouse nest ! And painted the rust on the base. Would like to know what is the correct dewalt color? I have most of the bearings to move and up/down function. I did loose the snap ring that is on the ” bell” to allow the yoke to rotate to rip. I bought and started to read Mr. Sawdust’s book. I can not find a parts list online with part numbers. All I get is (not Avilaible!) for part number. The manuals that I got off Vintage Machinery ! ( A super site with 99 percent of documents like new ) are well copied and out of focus and hard for me to read! ( retirement was suppose to be the “fun” years) If anyone can direct me to get a parts list so I can find or make like parts! I would be quite thankful! With that said motor ran with no noise! I have not checked any sideplay. At this point I just have guestions. Like why are there two 3/16 roll pins on each side in the angle rails that support the table?
Thanks Lou

-- Lou nh

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