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Woodworking machinery – explore our new Craft range

Introducing new woodworking machinery by Axminster Craft. A range specifically developed to meet the demands of dedicated creators who spend hours honing their craft. 

Making anything yourself is now much more than a hobby for so many of you, it’s your craft. The new Craft range has been purposefully designed to give you more quality, reliability and class-leading features but still at affordable prices for the Craftsperson. 

Including a new lathe, table saw and collection of bandsaws; the new machines give you more capacity to achieve perfect results for your project! Watch Ian and Tim as they talk us through our decision to transition from Hobby to Craft. Plus, they show us some of the exciting new woodworking machines that are joining the range soon.

AC355WL Craft Lathe - woodworking machinery

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With a brand new lathe and collection of bandsaws set to join the range, we take a look at some of their finest features you can look forward to seeing…

Axminster Craft Woodworking Machinery

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Plus, discover more about your chance to attend a FREE in-store Introduction to Woodturning session with any purchase of a Craft lathe.

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AC355WL Lathe - woodworking machinery

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  1. I’m really disappointed that nobody thought to alert me to the new Craft AC216TS table saw that’s in the latest catalogue, eve though I’d been liaising with several people at Ax regarding the Harvey AT254TS model that they were also about to launch. I’d been made aware well before it was in the catalogue, and had even been liaising with China to import one myself, but it proved to much bother.

    I didn’t go that route due to both price, and them also being 16 Amp.

    I’ve since bought a.n.other table saw but it doesn’t look as good as the AC216TS:
    IF ONLY I”D KNOWN. :angry:
    Try to keep the customer satisfied, satisfied. As the song goes!

    Barry

  2. Yes, Barry…I was a bit pissed off too…I spent out quite a lot on new tools not that far back, and wish I had known that a new improved range of tools, particularly the table saw was coming out…Still, I suppoose they had to get shot of the old stock to someone first eh…!!

    Stu

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