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Has anyone tried the Triton Router Table which mates with the Triton 2000 Workcentre?
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Yes but I soon seperated the two. I've got the dust extraction system in the Workstation and pulling it all apart whenever I wanted to switch from saw to router soon failed to enthrall, so I built a stand for the Triton Router Table top and have kept them seperate ever since.

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Yes Peter, I've had both models and was very happy with the second model on which I made many successful projects.

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Thanks. I intend to buy the dust extraction system so I may also need the router table stand.
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Thanks for the advice.
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Yes Peter, I've had both models and was very happy with the second model on which I made many successful projects.
I've just seen a post on another forum that claims the Triton Router table is not flat and the results shown in finished woodwork.
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I wonder why they don't make a router plate that can be used in other tables... seems like a no brainer to me. Am I missing anything?
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