Axminster Engineer Series G1 Powered Hacksaw
Axminster Engineer Series G1 Powered Hacksaw

NOW £399.96

Normally £630.12

(£333.30 Ex. VAT)

Axminster Engineer Series G1 Powered Hacksaw

Code: 200024

  • Robust bench top power hacksaw for metal cutting duties
  • Uses standard 300 x 25 x 1.2mm hacksaw blades
  • Cuts up to 130mm in diameter
  • Angle cutting at up to 45°
  • Repeat length stop is provided
  • 250W induction motor with auto stop switch
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  • Axminster Engineer Series G1 Powered Hacksaw
  • Axminster SIEG Replacement Blade 14tpi for G1 Powered Hacksaw
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This is a simple and very robust bench top power hacksaw for general metal cutting duties. Using easy to change, standard 300 x 25 x 1.2mm blades, the machine will cut material up to 130mm in diameter at 170 Strokes/min. It is ideal for general small fabrication and stock sizing in a small workshop, or material preparation in the technician's store in schools. The stock is clamped in tall, rugged vice jaws via a quick release lead screw and handle; the vice rotates for angle cutting up to 45°. A repeat length stop is provided. A gas strut eases the weight of the cutting arm, which has a large hand grip at the end with a latch to hold it in place in the open position. The 250W induction motor has a direct drive gear system that is fully sealed and the whole slide mechanism is fully guarded to prevent swarf ingress. An auto stop switch for when the cut is finished completes the picture.

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Blade Length 300 mm
Max Cap Round 130 mm
Model Axminster Engineer Series G1
Nett Weight 68kg
Overall L x W x H 820 mm x 380 mm x 755 mm
Power 250 W
Rating Trade
Stroke Rate 170 /min
Stroke Length 70 mm
Blade Thickness 1.2 mm
Blade Width 25 mm
Reviews (6)

Customer Reviews

Overall rating 3.6 out of 5 based on 6 reviews

Newest Customer Reviews



11 July 2017

Poor performance

Have had 2 G1 saws. Both failed. Not happy Jan.


5 January 2010

Oh Dear

Excellent solid build quality. Badly let down by the vice. Difficult to believe that whoever designed it ever tried to cut angles. Angle setting changes when tightening unless near thread-stripping force applied. A maddening and disappointing flaw that lets down an otherwise fine machine.

at home in the garage

11 February 2009

Powered hack saw

As the other reviews say the pictures don’t do it justice it’s a solid piece of kit. Overall I’m very happy with the machine and its performance, But a couple of small things stop me giving it full marks.
The angle adjustment does move, which I think is down to the amount of paint under the small washer easily rectified, The lock up plate requires re-profiling for smooth operation when lowering and side play requires attention as it can foul the table (on mine).


28 June 2008

Very good buy

Like the other reviews, was very surprised at the good quality of the build, on the site picture it looks like a tin plate job. This is cast iron through and through, and rather heavy.
It cut through cold rolled steel like butter.


14 September 2007

More Power to your Saw

A far more substantial piece of equipment than it appears to be on the site …more comparable to a free standing machine rather than say a Kennedy desk top saw. The build quality is good, although (on my saw at least) the gas strut is a little too efficient, reducing the downforce on the blade to almost nothing …not an insurmountable problem though. All in all a very good buy for the money.

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