Triton Tools Masters of Wood competition

Amateur or advanced woodworkers have the opportunity to win a full set of all Triton products currently available in South Africa.


The aim of this competition is to engage with the woodworking community and to increase the quality of project plans available on the Triton Tools website.





The competition is open to amateur woodworkers for all categories; professional woodworkers may enter the Masters of Wood category only. There are no limits to the number of entries an individual may submit. Winners and highly commended projects will be written up and posted on the Triton website together with the name of the original designer.

The best projects in each category will be made up, with the process being filmed and shared via the Triton YouTube channel. Filming will take place either in the Triton workshop or potentially at the winner’s own workshop if that is deemed suitable potentially with one of the brand champions.


Kid’s projects - Easy to access projects that can be done with your kids. Limited exposure to more dangerous tools and producing something kids would enjoy.

Beginner Projects - Simple starter projects you can complete in a day.

Intermediate Projects - Projects to extend your woodworking skills over a weekend

Advanced Projects - Projects to test your skill set for the real enthusiast

Master of Wood Project - Advanced level project in terms of design and execution, this category is open to anyone including those who earn their living from working with wood


Originality and smart thinking. If we haven’t seen it before or it’s a great new twist on an old favourite we will love it. Meet the brief in terms of the project category - meaning a beginner project should not require a high degree of skill but still produce something worthwhile. An intermediate project should be possible with a moderate set of hand and power tools and facilities in a weekend. An advanced project should be a challenge but achievable. A Master of Wood project should demonstrate excellence in the craft from both a design and delivery point of view. Projects with very clear and concise directions will score highly


To enter the competition people, need to request an entry form by email to then return a simple document in MS word or PDF format to include the following detail.

• The project category they are submitting for
• At least one good quality digital Image of the finished article (so you have to have made it at least once)
• A full list of materials required including any sundries like glue or sandpaper
• A cut list
• A systematic step by step description of the build process. Any complex steps should be illustrated by additional images and annotations.


Entries for the competition will be accepted between the 1st of February and the 30th of April 2017. The winners will be announced by the 31st May 2017.

There is no limit to the number of project entries you can submit.

All projects must be predominantly made of wood in any form, including engineered wood.

Objects must be useful, practical, beautiful or any combination of the three.

The submission should be your own work without copyright limitation.

Entries or images of completed work maybe published by Triton in conjunction with the competition, the original contributor will be acknowledged in any published format that the project or object appears.

Projects may be submitted in either metric or imperial measurements.

The judge’s decision will be final no correspondence will be entered regarding the decision of the judges.

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