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THE ULTIMATE MOBILE PRECISION WORKSHOP


Ideal for compact work spaces where storage is limited and for trade professionals who need accurate workshop


facilities on the move. Each fast-switch module performs as well as any stand-alone system, and the TWX7 Workcentre includes the Clamping Table module as standard.


TWX7 ROUTER TABLE MODULE TWX7 RT001


Optimised for used with all Triton Precision Plunge Routers, the TWX7RT001 Router Table is coated in a micro-dot, low-friction surface, and can shape, plane, rebate, trench, mould and groove. When a Triton router is fitted, bit and collet change is possible above the table. Accuracy is achieved for each task with micro-adjustable fences.


TWX7 910W PROJECT SAW 127MM MODULE TWX7 PS001


Doubling as a standalone bench tool or TWX7 Workcentre module, the 910W TWX7PS001 Project Saw functions as a 127mm dia blade circular saw either sliding or fixed. The dual-bar sliding system allows for smooth, controlled cutting. In fixed mode, the saw becomes an accurate table saw for mitre and cross cutting when used with the protractor fence.


TWX7 CONTRACTOR SAW MODULE TWX7 CS001


The TWX7CS001 Contractor Saw transforms the Workcentre into a full-featured table saw. The 1800W saw powers a 254mm TCT blade through rip cuts up to 86mm high and bevel cuts 0-45°. Four-point locking of the rip fence enables professional accuracy on site, and accessories allow for larger workpieces.


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