The new website for Torque Workcentres has just gone live, and their new introductory video is definitely worth watching, if only to see the new chainsaw slabbing attachment in action! And the new version of the saw mount, which now rotates between crosscut and rip mode, providing a much better balance for the circular saw when ripping.
It is a very slick looking site, still with some development to come I would imagine – it still needs a section listing the ever-increasing list of tool attachment jigs for example, but I’m sure that will come.
In the meantime, have a look around a mature looking website – very stylish. Fitting too, as the machine itself is maturing very quickly with all the little tweaks and upgrades.
Some screenshots from the video:
I can also really start to see the benefit of the extension table. Nice too, to see some of my ideas are now part of the standard machine. Benefit of a local (Australian) manufacturer.
And the new sanding disk for the router makes its debut. I’d imagine it has to be used at the minimum speed for a variable speed router. Hate to think what the tip speed would be if the router was run at maximum speed!
So this is a bit of a look at the new Torque Workcentre site. The timing is not bad either, considering the TWC (and Stu’s Shed) make their debut on the DIY Network show “Cool Tools” with Chris Grundy this weekend (in the US) Not sure when it comes out in Australia, but we’ll keep looking!