Triton Workcentre Unboxing


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  1. Chris Whitchurch said on July 10, 2016 8:24 pm:

    @AprilWilkerson, The links to the router table module and contractor saw module no longer work. You might want to consider updating those.

  2. cassius guimaraes said on July 12, 2016 9:43 pm:

    ruim de ve isso no Brasil

  3. ionel banu said on July 23, 2016 8:02 am:

    your work shop must be like a tool heaven :))) do you know if Triton have Europe distribuitors ?

  4. Steph Boeker said on August 9, 2016 4:49 pm:

    April, is the convenience of multiple tables compare to the accuracy, stability and ease of use ? I see you viewing both ends of the table saw fence when adjusting, ……. , much different than a t-fence system like Biesemeyer. Also, it seems to wobble. I guess I’m asking if you honestly feel the product is worth the money, if you had to purchase it, rather than build sturdy tools stands or purchase better used tools ? Are you actually recommending it for the money?
    Steph_Louisiana

  5. Darrell Smith said on August 14, 2016 4:40 pm:

    I have the big Triton router in my shop. Best investment ever made 5 years ago. The safety lock out when changing bits is what sold me.. Darrell in Georgia

  6. Zombie Workshop said on September 2, 2016 6:16 pm:

    Hi April, I see you are not using the guard in the table saw mode, I’m planing on buying this and probably i wouldnt use the guard , but doe this come with a riving knife or splitter , i know the back of the guard system its like a riving knife but You can not make grooves when installed, and another question its possible to install a zero clerance insert? Thanks

  7. Doorkicker505 said on September 19, 2016 8:48 pm:

    Good Lord !! How do I get sponsored by Triton tools ??

  8. Sustainable Living said on October 17, 2016 10:25 pm:

    GO THE HAPPY DANCE!!

  9. chibane rachid said on October 24, 2016 3:01 pm:

    good

  10. Theodore Blumberg said on October 25, 2016 8:09 pm:

    April, your work center link doesn’t work.

  11. Marco Gabriel Lopez said on November 4, 2016 7:39 am:

    You Aré awesome ??????

  12. Popovici alin adrian said on November 5, 2016 8:58 pm:

    minunat,magic

  13. Orlando Rogér Santos said on November 24, 2016 1:56 am:

    Muito boa a mesa multi funcional, no Brasil onde podemos adquirir este kit.

  14. John Schlicker said on December 6, 2016 6:09 pm:

    This looks pretty awesome and your video really makes me want one. But.. very pricey, over $400 for just the table with none of the modules, the table is nice but not worth $400, maybe $100.

  15. Чурилина Ольга said on December 14, 2016 6:50 pm:

    material countertops

  16. EscoNetwork said on January 13, 2017 4:31 am:

    To whomever is considering purchasing this table with the modules, here are some things you should consider before pulling the trigger. I purchased the WorkCentre, the router table module and the contractor saw module…along with the TRA001 router. First off the table IS wobbly for all who were wondering. It’s tolerable to me, but it’s not as rigid as I’d like it to be. The four orange table leg supports that the aluminum legs lock into once they are unfolded can be used on the ground or on a bench top and are much more stable. Secondly, leveling each module to the table is cumbersome as well. For the ones who have purchased this product, you know what I mean. In addition, to those of you who are thinking the fence on this table is a little suspect, you’d be justified in your thoughts. It will take you a few times to calibrate the fence because once you think you got it calibrated, you’ll end up having to redo it. It will also take some getting used to always lining up both side of the fence each and every time you want to make a cut. A plus in my opinion however is the four fence locking clamps can be adjusted so they clamp tighter and once you have those adjusted and the fence calibrated properly, the fence does hold in place pretty well. The router module isn’t the best and the feather boards aren’t great, but the table can get most of your basic routing tasks done. As far as the contractor saw module, I think Triton dropped the ball, especially with the bevel and bevel locking mechanism. The darn thing won’t stay at 0 and the locking lever doesn’t really lock at all. With the lever in the locked position, I can still turn the bevel wheel easily. The handle to raise and lower the blade has a ring around the outside that is used for bevel adjustment. Whenever you want to raise or lower the blade, you’re going to also inadvertently move the bevel wheels as well. You’ll wind up having to raise or lower the blade to your desired height and then re-zero the bevel back to 0. And this will have to be done each and every time you raise or lower the blade. I haven’t found a solution to fix this issue. I have looked to see if there is a way to tighten the bevel locking lever, but haven’t found any information on this. Some of the issues I’m having with this product are tolerable, but this bevel locking lever is one that no one would be able to tolerate. If anyone knows a way to adjust or tighten the bevel locking lever, I’m all ears. Thanks for reading.

  17. Jones Of all Trades said on January 21, 2017 2:17 am:

    no man was in this project because the instructions are being used LOL

  18. morphorod said on February 4, 2017 4:10 am:

    I don’t think I ever saw this table again in your shop.