|Item Weight||17.3 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||12 x 30.5 x 12 inches|
|Item model number||SJA200|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Number of Handles||1|
|Warranty Description||3 Years Mfg. Defects|
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Triton SJA200 Superjaws Workbench
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- Instant jaws adjustments from 0 to 36 inches with 360-degree access to work
- Heavy-duty, all-steel construction with corrosion-resistant epoxy powder coating
- Easily folded for storage and transport (set up or fold down in 20 seconds)
- Fast and easy hands-free clamping by using foot pedal
- Over 2,200 pounds of clamping pressure
- For use with Triton: SJA420, SJA470, SJA460
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Hands-free clamping, elevated work station, sturdy workpiece support this innovative clamping system has it all. A powerful foot-activated 1,000kg clamping mechanism provides controlled clamping pressure allows for hands-free operation. Built-in Reversible jaw enables clamping up to 956mm. Extra-wide tripod base maximizes stability for large workpieces. Robust, powder-coated, all steel construction for long-lasting service life.
From the Manufacturer
Established in 1976, Triton Precision Power Tools designs and manufactures a wide range of power tools primarily aimed at the expert woodworker. From award-winning, innovative routers, sanding products and circular saws, to the ground-breaking SuperJaws and the original Triton Workcenter, Triton has a history of innovative design, which is responsive to the needs of woodworking professionals and enthusiasts alike.
Top customer reviews
It has a good heft and stability, easily moved (and folded if needed) not too heavy, not too light, no sharp edges - well thought out and constructed.
It is especially good for welding, because of its mostly metal construction, hands-free clamping action, and strength for holding odd shaped things in unusual positions -- but you will probably need to pay even more for the metal engineer jaws. Changeover of the jaws is quick and simple. I welded a piece of square tubing onto the bottom of a 1/4" x 2' x 2' steel plate and it makes a great little welding table clamped into the stand.
The soft jaw inserts that come with it allow you to clamp wood without marring. The movable jaw can be reversed to make a huge (30" IIRC) clamping range. The foot pedal has enough "feel" so that you can clamp lightly or with tremendous force. I also bought the side-tray - can be handy, but I'm not sure worth the price. I have not used it with the log jaws.
The height is not adjustable. The plastic slider on the front to switch between clamp and release is inset and DOES need to be done by hand. It takes some time to learn to remember to do it before you have your hands full. I don't think these are flaws though, just design decisions that allow it to be sturdy and simple.
It works great, the only complaint is the locking latch does not release easily nor consistently. Meaning most of the time I have to reach under and manually pull the latch down with my finger to release the jaws.
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