Source for Delta planer in/outfeed roller tables?

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Forum topic by Vrtigo1 posted 05-26-2012 02:55 AM 4635 views 0 times favorited 2 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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05-26-2012 02:55 AM

I purchased a second hand Delta 22-675 planer a few months ago. It has the particleboard in/outfeed tables and they are quite saggy and not at all useful. The tables are foldable so they can be lowered when not in use to reduce the footprint of the machine, when they are raised they are supported by a metal bar support that runs from the bottom of each table to “L” brackets bolted to the lower rails on the front/rear of the stand. This does not match up with photos of this model I’ve seen online, so I’m guessing it’s something the previous owner did to it. It is not at all effective at keeping the infeed table parallel to the bottom of the planer bed, so I am looking for a better solution.

I’ve seen several pictures of similar looking 15” Delta planers that have metal in/outfeed roller tables. Here are a few examples:

I checked and although it has a picture of these roller tables in the search results, it doesn’t list them in the parts list. I’m wondering if anyone knows where I could source these, or if roller tables from another make/model planer would work?

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#1 posted 05-26-2012 03:22 AM

Well, a little more info after some more research. It appears that Delta part # 50-785 is the planer stand and in/out feed tables. I couldn’t find anyplace that’s actually selling that item, and although the various parts websites show the tables when I key in that part #, they all say that they’re discontinued and not available. So I guess I’ll watch eBay to see if anything pops up. Any other suggestions would be appreciated.

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#2 posted 05-27-2012 04:52 PM

Why not remake the current infeed/outfeed tables with stronger straighter materials?

If it wobbles put two legs on it as shown in the lower picture.

The top roller table pictured looks like rollers captured between some flat steel stock. You could cut it and drill it then take it to a welder for welding.
Or put angles in the corners and bolt it together. I’d help you with it but it’s a little far for me to travel. (Cleveland, Ohio)

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