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Triton WorkCentre TWX7

Original. Again.

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Triton's Classic WorkCentre re-launched for a new generation

In 1976, George Lewin invented the original Triton saw bench. The product was an instant hit and the legend that is the Triton WorkCentre was born.
Now in its fifth decade and following several evolutionary versions based on the key principles of accuracy and ease of use, the time has come for a radical redesign to bring the WorkCentre into the modern era.

At first glance the Triton WorkCentre TWX7 breaks with tradition in that it has moved away from an all-steel construction in favour of the very latest lightweight, but robust, extruded aluminium sections supporting the innovative low friction work surfaces. The reduction in weight and the addition of rugged transit wheels and an easy folding frame give a clue to the intended additional market for the product. Whilst still aimed at the enthusiast woodworker, the TWX7 is now a highly capable and mobile multi-purpose workshop for professional site use. Precision and accuracy are assured, coupled with high mobility, making the Triton WorkCentre TWX7 ideally suited for trades such as kitchen or shop fitters and other finishing trades, where the on-site access to workshop facilities and accuracy ensures the highest quality results.

This latest incarnation of the Australian classic takes a giant leap forward in terms of materials, technology, operational safety and accurate refined design, losing nothing from the heritage of innovation and engineered precision that made its predecessors so admired and respected worldwide. The Triton WorkCentre TWX7 is truly Original. Again.

Hall 13, Stand A11

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