Axminster Hobby Series HBS200N Bandsaw
Axminster Hobby Series HBS200N Bandsaw

NOW £179.96

Normally £187.03

(£149.97 Ex. VAT)

Axminster Hobby Series HBS200N Bandsaw

Code: 102266

  • Compact, hobby rated machine with cast iron table
  • Rigid body construction allows high blade tension for increased accuracy
  • Upper and lower copper blade guides, gives better blade control
  • Rigid, quick locking rip fence, doors fitted with safety switches
  • Useful depth of cut - 80mm with 200mm width of cut
  • Supplied with 6mm 6tpi blade and rip fence
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NOW £179.96

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(£149.97 Ex. VAT)

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Frequently Bought Together

  • Axminster Hobby Series HBS200N Bandsaw
  • UJK Technology Bandsaw Buddy
  • Axminster Machine Wax 400g
  • Axcaliber High Carbon Blade 1,400mm(55.1/8") 6.3mm(1/4") x 14 Tpi
Total: £221.86

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Hobby Classification & 3 Year Guarantee

The Axminster Hobby Series HBS200N bandsaw is our smallest model and is designed to be bench mounted. It features a welded steel chassis with a cast iron table for strength and stability as well as a solid rip fence which locks rigidly. It’s a straightforward machine, with a direct drive motor and balanced cast alloy wheels. Blade width capacities range from 6-13mm; it also has copper blade guides and ball bearing thrust guides. These combine to effectively control the blade allowing thin slices of veneer to be cut and the top guide even has a rack and pinion height control. The top wheel is mounted in a welded steel sub frame with blade tensioning and tracking controls conveniently close. A single dust outlet port provides efficient dust removal when connected to a suitable vacuum extractor. The machine is supplied with a 6mm, 6tpi blade made from UK manufactured stock. This is a really effective little bandsaw and would be superb for the hobby or craft workshop or as an additional machine for smaller work.

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Blade Speed 800 m/min
Blade Width Min\Max 6-13mm
Dust Extraction Outlet 40mm
Max Depth of Cut 80mm
Max Width of Cut 200mm
Max Width of Cut with Fence 102mm
Model HBS200N
Nett Weight 20kg
Overall L x W x H 330 x 270 x 700mm
Power 250W 230V 1ph
Rating Hobby
Table Height 290mm
Table Size 300 x 300mm
Table Tilt 0-45°
Wheel Diameter 200mm
Min Extraction Airflow Required 200m³/hr
Bandsaw Blade Length 1,400mm (55")
Reviews (8)

Customer Reviews

Overall rating 4.9 out of 5 based on 8 reviews

Newest Customer Reviews



22 March 2017

Great little band saw

READ THE MANUAL FIRST. Take your time setting up, mine was delivered without a manual, but Axminster emailed me a copy and are sending a hard copy via snail mail, so all good there, before you start to adjust the blade, TIGHTEN EVERY BOLT on the back of the saw, as mine were all loose, and I wasted two hours trying to set blade in correct position it was only when I was ready to launch it, I realised the fly wheel bolts were all loose, so I checked every bolt and they were all the same, so once I tightened the bolts set up took about 20 mins, so save yourself time and frustration and check them first. I just used it to cut some pen blanks, and it's great, cuts nice and true straight lines, very pleased with end result, and noise is at a minimum, so happy days, I would recommend this bandsaw.


13 December 2016

Great saw

As others have said, this is a very well made saw with excellent features at a very reasonable price.

Mine had a couple of assembly problems that others may encounter. Firstly a number of fasteners were loose, including all three that hold the table bracket to the frame.

Secondly, when tensioned the blade did not run centrally on both wheels, being several mm further forward on the lower wheel. I removed the wheel to check and noticed that the boss is wider on one side. I put the wheel back reversed with the wider side next to the motor and that fixed the problem. It's always worthwhile to carefully go over and adjust any new machine.

Overall I am absolutely delighted with the saw.


5 December 2016

Great little Saw

Very pleased with this saw, quick and easy to set up except for the table level adjuster bolt which is a faff to adjust because it does not screw into a threaded hole like the push stick hook has ?
I fitted mine with a Rivnut making it a doddle to adjust "if" necessary.
Only other gripe is it doesn't come with the mitre fence and have to buy that separately.

It cuts easily and true and is capable of some very fine cuts.


3 December 2016

Fantastic little saw

I've had to wait a bit for this little fella because it was out of stock. I'm delighted I waited instead of plumping for a different model. It arrived two days after I ordered it - and I live in Ireland! That's fast! Typical of Axminster though; their customer service is second to none.
The saw took only about 20min to set up, and it cuts like a dream. Straight with the fence and no blade drift. Powerful motor considering the size. Love the cast iron table; one of the main reasons for buying it. I've got a large bandsaw for heavy duty work, but I know this fella will be used a lot for smaller, less taxing but intricate work.

Brian King

8 August 2016

Excellent machine

I can't really add more to the other reviews except to say that I agree with all that they say. I went in to the store to buy a Jet bandsaw, but was invited to look at the new Axminster model which hadn't been fully set up on show, but was obviously of better build quality than the Jet and it took almost no persuasion to change my choice. On the Jet, for instance, the mitre fence slot was too wide, making it a sloppy fit. On this machine it's precise, in addition to which the whole worktop is a more solid cast iron structure. It seems to cut through anything that a hobbyist is likely to require. Well done, Axminster.

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