Feedback from the hundreds of RouterMaster owners all over Australia and overseas proves the versatility of this machine in a variety of workshops. The ingenious design of the vertical shaft system with the horizontal outfeed shaft make it easy and safe to work with a wide range of power tools. Routing, sawing, drilling and copying are just some of the functions that make the RouterMaster an irreplaceable machine in the workshop.
But, the RouterMaster has a fixed vertical shaft system.
Not any more. Any RouterMaster model can now be upgraded to a fully functional Torque Work Centre which of course adds a whole new level of versatility with the sideways movement of the carriage system.
Yas Engineering has released for sale the Torque Work Centre Base especially for RouterMaster owners who want to capitalise on the advantages of the fully functional Torque Work Centre.
The simple answer is that the sideways movement on the new workbench (sizes from 1.5 to 3.5 metres) creates a work centre with amazing versatility.
Pictures are better that words. That's why you will want to watch the video on the home page again, knowing this time you have the option to upgrade. You'll feel a lot better.
Also, there is a series of videos in the Torque Work Centre menu option that show the Torque Work Centre in operation in an operating workshop. These videos are a great introduction to the machine and they will fire up your imagination and suggest ways to use the new functionality of a Torque Work Centre in your own workshop.
At YAS Engineering we're excited to be able to offer this upgrade and we're confident that you'll share this excitement once you have your own new Torque Work Centre working for you.