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msrampant
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Posted On:   16/02/2013 07:14:37

I picked up a triton system second hand, some was bought new some given and some bought second hand. Love the system been using it to build my house and doing well. Plenty of sawdust, sweat and even some blood on the floor; Healed up almost now; which brings me to this post. I have the stand alone router table and as of yet havent used it as it seems something may be missing. I'm currently using the router with the MK3 and it works ok but I have some other attachments and would like to have the router as astand alone system. The router needs a seperate mounting plate to work with the RTA300 table? If so I don't have this and where can I find out what I need and get it?

Mark 

TritonMaster
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Posted On:   18/02/2013 11:40:58

Hi Mark,

 

Thanks for the post about the Router Table. Glad to see that the MK3 is working well for you despite drawing blood. Can you help us understand exactly what you have so we can answer your questions.

 

If you have the MK3 and want to use a Router, then the Router Table RTA300 is what you need. This will have all the necessary hardware and mounting plates to fit any popular Router. It has a very good fence system with effective dust collection.

 

This Router table attaches to the MK3 very easily but if you want to have a stand alone system then add the Router Stand RSA300 to your shopping list. This gives you a really great system. It can also be used with 3 add on accessories for Joining timber abd using a Jig Saw.

 

Have you already got a Router Table? If you have and it is missing parts then a good starting point to see what you need is our web-site. Go to Workcentres, then Router Table, then scroll down and click on instruction manuals and then click on schematic drawing. This will show you all the parts.

 

Don’t forget to add a Triton Router to your shopping list. It is easily the best Router for use in a table.

 

Many thanks,

TritonMaster

msrampant
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Posted On:   18/02/2013 12:03:51
TritonMaster wrote:

Hi Mark,

 

Thanks for the post about the Router Table. Glad to see that the MK3 is working well for you despite drawing blood. Can you help us understand exactly what you have so we can answer your questions.

 

If you have the MK3 and want to use a Router, then the Router Table RTA300 is what you need. This will have all the necessary hardware and mounting plates to fit any popular Router. It has a very good fence system with effective dust collection.

 

This Router table attaches to the MK3 very easily but if you want to have a stand alone system then add the Router Stand RSA300 to your shopping list. This gives you a really great system. It can also be used with 3 add on accessories for Joining timber abd using a Jig Saw.

 

Have you already got a Router Table? If you have and it is missing parts then a good starting point to see what you need is our web-site. Go to Workcentres, then Router Table, then scroll down and click on instruction manuals and then click on schematic drawing. This will show you all the parts.

 

Don’t forget to add a Triton Router to your shopping list. It is easily the best Router for use in a table.

 

Many thanks,

TritonMaster

I'm sorry that I didn't make myself clear. I negleted to say I have the RTA300 top and it is missing the mounting plates and associated fixings.

Are these items available seperately? or in kit form?

Thanks,

Mark

TritonMaster
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Posted On:   19/02/2013 10:56:28

Hi Mark,

 

The parts you need to mount your Router to the Router table RTA300 are all available from ToolSparesOnline.com, and can be found below:

• RTA421 Router plate components (http://www.toolsparesonline.com/products/6299-router-plate-components.aspx)

• RTA320 Router mounting plate (http://www.toolsparesonline.com/products/6290-router-plate.aspx)

• RTA419 Router sub plate (http://www.toolsparesonline.com/products/6302-sub-plate.aspx)

 

Many thanks,

TritonMaster

Ian
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Posted On:   26/02/2013 22:49:24
msrampant wrote:

I picked up a triton system second hand, some was bought new some given and some bought second hand. Love the system been using it to build my house and doing well. Plenty of sawdust, sweat and even some blood on the floor; Healed up almost now; which brings me to this post. I have the stand alone router table and as of yet havent used it as it seems something may be missing. I'm currently using the router with the MK3 and it works ok but I have some other attachments and would like to have the router as astand alone system. The router needs a seperate mounting plate to work with the RTA300 table? If so I don't have this and where can I find out what I need and get it?

Mark 

The mounting plate should be with the table. If it is not your local Triton Dealer should be able to help you get one.