Triton TTS1400 Plunge Cut Track Saw – Episode 10

It’s the final episode of our plunge saw season before we go to the final showdown.

The Triton TTS1400 was a late entry and only just made it, see what Roger and Robin made of it.

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1400W Plunge Track Saw – Easily accessible shaft lock aids fast, convenient blade-change.

Plunge lock for safety enhancement. Soft-grip handles. Fits to guide track system for smooth, precise straight and bevel cutting.

On-board tool storage. Variable speed with soft start and constant speed. A bevel range of 0-48°.

Mode selector for quick change between free plunge, scribe, and blade change modes
Scribe mode eliminates splintering and tear-out
Easy change carbon brushes to further extend the product lifespan
A precision bevel cut adjustment of bevel angle from 0 – 48º
Dual bevel quadrants provide stability for precision cutting
Variable speed, soft start and constant speed electronics optimised for required cutting conditions for every material
Dual alignment cams fine-tune the fit between the saw and track for exact cuts
Anti-kickback safety feature prevents the saw from jolting when performing plunge cuts
Guide rail track lock adds stability when performing bevel cuts
Precise cutting depth adjustment can be set to a maximum of 54mm
Width of cut indicators for exact positioning of blade on the workpiece
Fast blade replacement easily accessed through the blade guard
Highly efficient dust extraction with universal vacuum system adaptor and 360° outlet
Blade-change mode and power switch lock-out for easy blade changes
Plunge lock secures the blade inside the guard when not in use
Non-slip rubber over-moulded grip offers increased support, safety and control

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