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Find My Delta Model Number
Delta has very easy-to-find model numbers. Usually you’ll find them on the nameplate or warning label, which are usually on the bottom or side of the tool. Yup, it’s that convenient.
Usually the model number will be clearly labeled. Since Delta is an older company, their model numbers change based on the type of tool. By far the most common Delta numbers are 5 digits. First two numbers, then a dash, then three numbers (XX-XXX). They do use letters in some of their tools aimed towards home shop woodworkers. For example, the TP300 or a DP350. But only around 10 percent of their entire model number catalog strays from the XX-XXX format. Delta Type numbers are most commonly displayed as “Type 1” or simply “T-1” or “T1” on their tools.
For some of their larger tools, such as table saws, check the top of the equipment for the label.
The Help You Need with Delta Tools
We know you count on Delta to handle the most important wood- and machine-working projects. That’s why we stock a huge inventory of Delta spare parts, which will ship within one day of your order. Need a new blade flange for your chop saw? We have it. Need a new table for your 43-505 Router? We have that too. We can get you a new grinder motor, new nailer o-rings, or a new compressor valve, too. And we can do it fast.
We don’t stop there. You can use our Repair Forum, videos, and how-to articles below to get the expert advice for all your repair projects. With our step-by-step instructions, even the most difficult repairs can become a breeze.
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More than Just Machines
In the 1930s, before the internet and woodworking magazines existed, Delta created a journal called the Deltagram. It included plans, tool talk, and advice on woodworking techniques still get published in woodworking magazines today.
Delta was founded in Milwaukee in 1919. The company’s founder, Herbert Tautz, built the company’s machinery in his garage for years before moving to a larger facility.