Axminster Hobby Series AWEBDS610 Belt & Disc Sander
Axminster Hobby Series AWEBDS610 Belt & Disc Sander
£395.28 (£329.40 Ex. VAT)

Axminster Hobby Series AWEBDS610 Belt & Disc Sander

Code: 501258

  • For the majority of sanding operations in the hobby workshop
  • Supplied with a high quality Hermes 150mm wide belt, and 250mm abrasive disc
  • Quiet 800W, 230V induction motor
  • No-volt-release switch for operator safety
  • 62mm diameter dust extraction port
  • Mitre fence and large tilting work table
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Frequently Bought Together

  • Axminster Hobby Series AWEBDS610 Belt & Disc Sander
  • Mixed Pack of Sanding Belts 150 x 1,220mm
  • Axminster Floor Stand for AWEBDS610 Belt & Disc Sander
  • Axminster Abrasive Belt Cleaner - Standard (210 x 40 x 40)
Total: £478.17

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Hobby Classification & 3 Year Guarantee

A great belt and disc sander which will find a welcome in the larger hobby workshop. Just like our smaller sanders, the AWEBDS610 is suitable for all wood finishing applications, either with or across the grain. The 150mm wide belt gives plenty of sanding area and a solid stop is provided to hold the work firmly on the sanding belt. For sanding smaller components the 25mm sanding disc on the front of the machine is more suitable. The aluminium disc uses self-stick abrasive discs. The large sanding table, fitted to the sanding disc, tilts up to 45° and gives great support to the work. The table and mitre fence can be used together for angled sanding with a high degree of accuracy. The machine is powered by a quiet 800W induction motor controlled by a no-volt-release safety switch. A 62mm diameter dust extraction port is provided and the use of a fine dust extractor is recommended with a machine of this type. Supplied complete with mitre fence, dust extraction hoods and service tools. The floor stand is an optional extra.



Belt Speed 520 m/min
Dust Extraction Outlet 62mm
Model AWEBDS610
Nett Weight 47kg
Overall L x W x H 620 x 560 x 480mm
Power 800W 230V 1ph
Rating Hobby
Table Size, Disc 200mm x 365mm
Abrasive Disc Diameter 250mm
Abrasive Belt Size 150 x 1,220mm
Reviews (8)

Customer Reviews

Overall rating 3.6 out of 5 based on 8 reviews

Newest Customer Reviews



25 March 2016

Good value

Works well, robust, and given the price it is excellent value.


15 December 2015

AWEBDS610 Belt & disc sander

A very capable machine at a good price. I already had a shop-built disc sander but needed a belt sander to use for re-shaping chisels, plane irons, etc. This machine does both functions well without taking up a lot of valuable bench space. It is heavy enough to stay put, but can still be moved around if necessary. The generous sized sanding plate lets you move the workpiece around, preventing scorching & increasing the belt life. The relatively slow belt speed also helps prevent scorching. Belt changing & adjustment are straightforward; once set, the belt stays in place. The sanding disc is a useful size & takes standard 10" self-adhesive discs. The sanding table is easy to adjust & locks firmly in place (I did have to pack one bracket off the machine body, in order for the mitre slot to run parallel to the disc). My only minor irritation is the safety cover over the switch - this can be awkward to "unlock" before starting up (I will probably end up removing it, either intentionally or by accident). That said, I find the machine a great asset. It is put to regular use shaping, flattening & rounding edges on wood & metal. I find it most useful with an 80g disc & 150g belt.


8 November 2014

great little sander

I own the old model of this sander from 2002 and to be fair it's still going as good as it did then. I use my machine on an almost daily basis and the only issue I've found is the plastic parts breaking but apart from that it's great! Great piece of kit if you don't have room for individual belt and disc sanders also very powerful


9 October 2014

Expected better at this price

Been using this sander for some months now and satisfaction less than average. The vibration, from purchase, is very annoying at start-up and switch off. The disc is not square with the work-piece so intermittent contact whilst using the sanding disc unless using excess pressure. Belt is long enough for most jobs and the motor is quite powerful. I shall make a cover for the disc to protect my fingers from the disc which spins when the belt is in use and cannot be disconnected whilst using the belt.


4 March 2014

Ok if you need a general sander, just another clone

I have the last "white" version of this tool pretty much the same in my eyes ..
If your planning on using the disc sander to square the end of something .say 2" high
you will have to flip it over to even the centrifugal action .....suspect all clones of this tool have identical problems ...
If you guys at AX could make the cast disc table attachable to the belt instead of the flimsy stop that would be fantastic ...
I would have checked the belt table for flatness then biggy to find a strong flat plate of stainless
that would make it too expensive to buy ( but maybe it is flat ? maybe the belt wear takes care of that ?
Im not I saying i dont use the disc, I find it very useful for getting repeatable angle for sharpening drillbits !
Id rather use the belt if i could and save using the less expensive disc for things which would damage sandpaper
I rarely use a sander for wood anymore but use it now for metalworking which its very handy for
I find the stand to be very annoying with extra footprint and not friendly at all to accommodate making mobile base attachment
Overall though I cant fault it and I dont think i would ever get rid of it .Their will always be more jobs for it

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