TWX7 CS001

Contractor Saw Module

Precision contractor saw module designed for use with the Workcentre TWX7, resulting in a full-featured saw table capable of professional results. Powerful 1800W motor and precision 254mm TCT blade. Accurate 86mm blade height adjustment and 0-45° bevel angle adjustment for performing complex bevel cuts. Protractor gauge and rip fence for performing rip cuts, cross cuts and mitre cuts. Dust extraction port located below the table surface for efficient, unobtrusive dust removal. Easy to assemble and configure and fully supported by optional accessories for extending functionality.

Product Features

Powerful 1800W motor and precision 254mm TCT blade easily performs a multitude of sawing tasks
Includes protractor gauge for precise cross cutting and mitre cutting
Rip fence with built in T-slot for precision rip cuts and accessory support
Dual dust extraction ports for cleaner safer operation
Table surface hand slots for ease of module removal
Adjustable bevel angle for precise 0-45° bevel cuts
Includes push-stick for safe control of the workpiece near the blade

Technical Specification

Bevel Range 0-45°
Blade Diameter 254mm
Blade Type 40TCT ATB, EN847-1 compliant
Bore Diameter Blade - 30mm
Cut Capacity - 45° 59.5mm
Cut Capacity - 90° 86mm
Cut Capacity - Rip 775mm
No Load Speed 4500rpm
Power 1800W
Product Weight 14.66kg
Table Height 900mm
Table Size 851 x 650mm

Manuals

TWX7 CS001


Reviews

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5 Review(s)
I've just received the saw a week earlier, and did some test cuts. Mounted on my TWX-7, it was a very decent setup and worked like a charm. Still some details could be improved : I wish I could let the blade guard and the riving knife mounted when the blade is completely down, so it could be under the kerf plate for storage, for instance. Overall, it's a nice "movable" tool, but not very transportable. Worth the investment if you have a small shop, which is my case.

Very pleased with my purchase R. KOCHER - 15/02/2017

Im a hobbyist woodworker building simple furniture amongst other projects. I have a 1 car garage woodshop, which is why I was tempted with the contractor saw. It seemed like a very clever use of space and alowed me to have a router table and table saw which I didn't think I would ever fit. Over all extreemly pleased so far. I took the time to set it up following the video and now get very accurate cuts, although it's only been tested on sheet materials and pine so far. My only gripe being, one of the fence locking clamps doesn't seem to hold the fence at all, but I am yet to confirm it to being a manufacturer fault. 4 stars only because I've not had it long enough to really rate it.

Contractor Saw Module Justin - 12/01/2017

With a lot of subterfuge my wife bought the TWX7 and CS001 module for Christmas. I did leave the catalogue around henhouse with the suitably marked pages. So far I am extremely pleased with the product and the quality that Triton has maintained. I have been a look term user of the Workstation 2000 and associated router table. These I have now passed on to others. the TWX7 will save space in my workshop and I have plans for a suitable storage module to fit under the unit to hold the contractor saw and router module. I have looked in detail at the market and the very expensive solutions out there but my TWX7 answers all my needs st a very much more competitive price. I also see the future potential of the modular approach and what can be developed for the future. Other comments: No instructions om assembling the power plug but my distributor Yandles helped. Questions: 1. Can a dado blade be fitted to the CS001 2. I would suggest the 20mm hole spacing be changed from 100mm to 96mm to follow the standard used by most others. 3. Need access to a Y-fitting for a shop vac to work with CS001

TWX7 CS001 Maurice Husband - 05/01/2017

I'm studying at the carpenter school at the moment. We have big Altendorf table saws there. I have also been working with Festool cs 70 table saw. I am building up my own little shop and table saw was among the first machines to buy. Triton contractor saw is great table saw. Of course it is not Altendorf, but in my opinion it is better than Festool. The rip cut fence is far superior comparing to Festools fence (cs 70 LA). You can tighten it up in both ends. So it is really accurate. The mitre fence is not so accurate, but with good square you can get along. Good thing is that you can buy after market mitre fence (Incra, Kreg...) if you like, because Triton workcentre table has universal size slot miter channels in it. The motor (1800w) is powerful enough. Considering the price, this thing is top notch.

Contractor saw Tapio Vuorinen - 11/08/2016

Through woodworking forums and youtube I met Triton. In January 2014 I bought the MOF001 replacing my Festool Router. A powerful machine. Especially among my DIY Router Table. Based on my experience, I bought two months ago the TWX7 with the TWXRT001 router table and the TWX S001 Contracters Saw. The table is very stable and versatile. In particular with the two miter tracks. The Contracters Saw is very precise. Dust extraction is top notch. The MOF001 in combination with the TWXRT001 is a woodworkers dream . Last month I bought the TCMBS handheld bandsaw. Also, a fine machine . To date, Triton is my brand.

The Contractor Saw in use. Frank Lems - 25/07/2016