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Triton 110-Volt 3.25 HP Precision Dual Mode Router with Plunge
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Triton

110-Volt 3.25 HP Precision Dual Mode Router with Plunge

$248.05 /each

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The Triton TRA001 has a powerful 3.25 HP motor, able to handle even the toughest work pieces. The Patented Rack and Pinion adjustment allows you to switch from plunge to fixed routing with the push of a button. There is no reason to buy a router lift as this router has 1 built-in. Router bit changes can’t get much easier with the automatic spindle lock allowing you to change the bit with 1 wrench. It features a wide range of other premium features as well.

  • Patented rack and pinion adjustment switches from a plunge to a fixed router with the push of a button, gives you 2 routers in 1
  • Built-in router lift and winder handle provides quick depth adjustment when mounted in a table
  • Automatic spindle lock allows for easy bit changes using a single wrench
  • Side air vents minimize dust intake into the motor casing during router table use
  • 3-stage turret with direct reading scales provides precise, preset cut depths
  • Variable-speed, soft-start motor offers precise control for clean, crisp results with any size bit
  • Includes both 1/4 in. and 1/2 in. collets for greater versatility in router bit selection
  • Dust collection port allows user to connect system that gathers sawdust and chips to keep work area clean
  • Removable plunge spring allows easy bit adjustment when table mounted; fully enclosed guarding provides maximum protection from the cut zone
  • Kit includes: 3.25 HP routers, multi-function fence a 1/2 in., 1/4 in. collet wrench
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Name 2-1/4 HP Electronic Variable Speed Fixed Base and Plunge Router Combo Kit with Soft Start 110-Volt 3.25 HP Precision Dual Mode Router with Plunge 15 Amp Corded Variable Speed Combination Plunge & Fixed-Base Router Pack with Hard Case 3-1/4 HP Plunge Router with Variable Speed
Brand DEWALT Triton Bosch Makita
Ratings (28) (12) (12) (8)
Router Base Type Fixed/Plunge Fixed/Plunge Fixed/Plunge Plunge
Collet size (in.) .25 .5 0.5 .50
Amperage (amps) 12 15 15 15
Reconditioned No No No No
Multiple base Yes No Yes No
Depth Adjustment Yes Yes Yes Yes
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how large a diameter bit will this accommodate?

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will it accept a 3" panel bit?
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I have it in a router table and am using a Bench Dog "group 2" insert plate (largest size). The maximum diameter in this configuration is 3-11/16". In this configuration, I have no problem using any of the panel raising bits I own and while my largest is 3-1/4, I think it would handle up to 3-1/2" with no problem.
Other than replacing the supplied phenolic base plate with the insert plate and removing Read More
I have it in a router table and am using a Bench Dog "group 2" insert plate (largest size). The maximum diameter in this configuration is 3-11/16". In this configuration, I have no problem using any of the panel raising bits I own and while my largest is 3-1/4, I think it would handle up to 3-1/2" with no problem.
Other than replacing the supplied phenolic base plate with the insert plate and removing the lift spring, there were no modifications to the router, so yes, there should be no problem using a 3" panel raising bit. Read Less
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table

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what table did milt have this mounted in???
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October 22, 2016
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Sorry, who is milt? It will fit in any router table that can accommodate a standard insert plate.
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While mounted in a table, with the spring removed; do you still have to reach under the table to engage the lock lever...or does it automatically lock in place with that spring removed?
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October 22, 2016
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If you mean the lift lock, yes, you should reach under the table and lock down the lift once you set the desired height, or it MAY drift on you...that said, I have neglected to do so, and have gotten away with it, but not always.
You probably will have to drill an extra hole in your insert plate or in your table top to accommodate the (removable) lift crank handle.
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If you mean the lift lock, yes, you should reach under the table and lock down the lift once you set the desired height, or it MAY drift on you...that said, I have neglected to do so, and have gotten away with it, but not always.
You probably will have to drill an extra hole in your insert plate or in your table top to accommodate the (removable) lift crank handle.
If you mean the shaft lock, the shaft lock engages when you raise the collet above the table, and this also locks out the power switch. Some find this an annoyance because they have a separate power switch on their router table and they have to remember to turn the router back on after a bit change, but I find it to be a convenience.
Do take some time to visualize the operation of your router table before you drill out your table top or insert plate to fit this router. With a bit of thought, you can make it easy to accommodate all of the controls and adjustments without bashing your knuckles. Read Less
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can the bit be raised from the top of the table?

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does this router come with a handel to raise and lower the bit from the top of the router table?
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Yes, the handle is included (part #24 in the manual). But if your table doesn't have a hole in the right spot, you'll need to drill one through the table yourself. I found a YouTube video of someone modifying their Incra router mount for this router to allow the height adjustment from above the table.
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 12 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Well made, powerful, convenient features. Excellent for use in router table I bought this router after burning out a 2.5 HP Dewalt trying to roughy miter lock joints in QSWO. This router fit very nicely under my router table. The above table height adjuster and automatic spindle lock make bit changes a breeze (no more craning my neck from under the table while I try to make fine adjustments to bit height. Smooth start feature avoids torquing on startup. 3.25 HP is excellent for running large complex bits at slow speed without faltering. November 12, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent for router table use Mounted the router to a 3/4" thick phenolic router table - and still able to change bits from above. Easy to change heights - comes with an above table handle, and removing the plunge spring for table use is a great enhancement. I have not used it free-hand, so cannot comment on that use or the accessories that came in the package to assist circles, edges, etc. Be careful in removing the plunge spring - the spring cap is not screw on, a 1/8 turn twist releases it and the spring. Having separate collets for 1/2" and 1/4" is a good feature, allows better gripping of the bits and removes the challenge of keeping track of an insert. The variable speed adjustment wheel is not positioned well for viewing when mounted on a router table. Not a big deal, but when I want a specific speed range have to get on the floor to view the numbers. Very happy with the router. September 5, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Outstanding Router! This router is amazing! As others have posted its weight (coming in at 19 lbs) is a little much for hand held operations...namely because over the course of many years I developed a habit of using 1 hand on the router; the other to hold the wood stock. If one uses both hands this router will present no problems. In fact I built a router table, mounted the router and have no intention of ever un-mounting it. Next purchase will be a smaller router one can safely use one-handed...I'll be looking for a Triton. Long story short...you can't go wrong by purchasing this router. June 30, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great tool for the purpose it was purchased I needed a powerful router that will be permanently mounted to a router table. I need to be able to change bits easily from the top of the table, connect to the table's built in power switch, adjust the bit height accurately from above the table, and avoid clogging the motor when removing a lot of material as in raising panels or milling moldings. This one fits the bill on all counts. The only negatives were that the opening on the router base is a little smaller than my large panel raising bits, and the Triton logo medallion was loose. Cost was surprisingly better than all comparable routers I considered. February 11, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Took advantage of a good deal Based on reputation, I think this was an excellent deal. Haven't actually used it yet, but based on what I have read, this is the ideal router to use in a homemade router table in that I don't have to buy a separate router lift to insure accurate height/depth adjustments. Also, supposed to be an excellent tool all around. March 25, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Amazing power & smoothness I purchased this router to mount into my router table to replace my 2 1/4 hp "other brand" router. Since mounting I have used profile, straight and round over bits in it. I just cannot believe the smooth power the Tritan cuts with. Honestly it should with nearly 50% more hp! but the smoothness combined with the extra power is amazing. Add to that the cost - nearly half that of other similarly powered routers and this is a tremendous value. I do not use it in the hand-held fashion so the weight (which is the only con I have ever read on it) isn't a factor to me. March 4, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great features, good quality, dust could be better Everything advertised is right on. The only thing that has bothered me after about 3 hours of use is that the dust shroud is not as good as advertised. Even when hooked up to my shop vac it blasts a fair amount the other side. As a dedicated router for a table, this is a great and the dust isn't as much as an issue with dedicated dust collection. Still, great power, the soft start is nice for control, and the adjustments are spot on. I will be buying the smaller version for more fine working. October 22, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Love it Put this in a router table and I love the above table adjustment. Drilling the hole in the router plate for the above table adjustment handle was a cinch and it works great. Plenty of horsepower and relatively quiet as well (but may be due to router table). Bit changes are quick and the automatic spindle lock when mounted in a router table is an excellent feature. Can't comment on plunge function because I have a separate router for that. February 13, 2014
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