Great handling, powerful, nothing to complain! I simply love to work with this router.
Unfortunately had a small glitch in the depth adjustment but Triton was very good sending me shipping tags to return for warranty. I only use the router mounted in a router table and the method for changing bits is easy. I don't have to take the router out of the table, and I only need one wrench to change bits. Using free hand the plastic shield that is part of the dust collection get where it is had to see the bit.
The hose size for the dust collection was difficult to find. This router fulfills all my wishes: This cutter has only excited me so far. The function is well thought out, I love the multiple ways to set depth, plunge.
My woodworking buddie came over and saw mine and went home and ordered him one that afternoon. Now that I have a dedicated router for my table, I m looking for a new hand unit. And you can't beat the price either. Didn't know what I was missing.
Super stark und perfekt zu bedienen. Love the details and how thought out this was. That said, sending it back great to deal with the return because of a glitch with the height adjustment engagement button.
Believe it's one of those rare things that all machines sometimes encounter and just my familiarity with this router Kann man nur weiterempfehlen. After seeing mine, my friend just informed me his came in today. I will be looking to Triton as my woodworking and tooling needs grow. I have passed that router on to another woodworker who is an electrician and, who knows, maybe he will get many more years of use out of it. I was in the middle of a project involving extensive router table work and, without a single moment of hesitation, I immediately replaced this route rwith its bigger brother, the 3 HP Triton, and was delighted that it has the exact same base and roughly the same height, so installing it under my router table was a breeze.
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This new router obviously has more power than my previous Triton But the best part and most critical thing for me is ease of changing bits and the excellent fine adjustment for precise bit height. Before I bought my first Triton, I had installed a DeWalt which required frustrating nder the table effort to loosen and tighten bits and had a cam system for adjusting bit heights that drove me crazy in trying to lock the bit at a precise height.
I love how easy the Triton makes both processes. I could easily give my old Triton 5 stars and expect my new one to be the same. The router hits all buttons, as is expected from the Triton range of products.
Many people said that it is good for the table but too heavy as handhald however I like the weight and feel of the router so it will be my primary handheld one. Not too heavy at all! Dust collection is also nice feature. I have it fitted into the Jet Xacta router Lift, fits perfect.
I have also used it a couple of times for plunge routing, all the controls fall easily to hand, nice smooth plunging, soft start, hook it up to the Triton dust bucket and it is a great combination, all in all a great tool. I like this router, but it does take some getting used to. I had to read the instructions several times in order to figure out how some of the knobs interplay.
For example, the micro winder, winder handle clutch ring and the plunge selection button.
I still have some trouble pushing the plunge selection button.. My only complaint is the retracting power switch cover. It has a tendency to get stuck in the not quite open position. Messing around with with the door usually will unstick it, but it is quite annoying to need to stop what I'm doing to fix the door. It also wasn't clear that, when installing a new bit, pushing the router to its maximum depth actually allows the automatic spindle lock to engage.
I still haven't tried all the functionality the router supplies.. Over all, it runs smoothly and much quieter than my previous router, Plenty of power. Easy to change the bits. There had to be something in the USA there were Router lifts and routers that would fit into them In Australia only Plunge Routers there is a German company that has a plunge router that the motor can be removed and fitted in under table lift -but not available in Australia.
I am truly gutted that I didn't have it in my life for my two other children. Angelica now has two bottom teeth and one on the top, with the other front one trying to come through. Super stark und perfekt zu bedienen.
I knew I would need new Router Table so started learning about building one and would use a plunge. Wish Triton would make standard type base as an extra that you could exchange with their unique base.
The safety features are great, and the power handles everything I throw at it. Of course it works just as brilliant as a plunge router also, not just in the router table, the plunge is nice and smooth, with an easy to use locking lever, and the variable speed makes for safe routing with larger bits. Its very well designed. You know how to safely use it. The designers knew that you need a powerful and easy to use machine and they made it. I had no problem to attach it to my tabel saw extended wing.
Only for holes for screws were needed, a central whole for the router bit and a separate hole for rhe lift mechanism. As soon as I fix it and plug it I had to test the tool. Here are my observations: A very unusual parallel fence but it woks great. Nice to have both metric and imperial threads to mount under table. Very good collets included. I would have rated it 5 stars if a guide bush was included. The plunge are great and there is simply to use.
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