This is the smallest of our upgraded range of floor standing Axminster Industrial bandsaws designed for frequent use in the busy workshop or training situation. It has a powerful, smooth running induction motor, large cutting capacities, steel and cast iron construction and is manufactured to the exacting standards we expect from our Industrial Series of machines. It offers excellent safety features including an electro-mechanically braked motor, key release emergency stop switch and safety interlocked doors. Other features include a cast iron table, balanced, cast iron wheels, two blade drive speeds, heavy duty blade bearing guides throughout, mitre fence and an exceptionally rigid rip fence with an easy to read magnifying scale. Fitted with 2 x 100mm dust outlets for excellent dust control when fitted to a suitable extractor. One often overlooked feature in a bandsaw is the ease of changing the blade, this machine has a quick release blade tensioning lever which substantially speeds up the blade changing process. This upgraded bandsaw is fully compliant with both the requirements of BS 4163:2014 (for Educational establishments) and PUWR98 (workplace) regulations. This machine must also appeal to those requiring the very best safety and performance standards in their workplace. Note a 16A supply required. Supplied with mitre fence, rip fence and an Axcaliber Premium M42 blade.
|Blade Speed||430 & 850m/min|
|Blade Width Min\Max||3mm (1/8") to 25mm (1")|
|Dust Extraction Outlet||2 x 100mm|
|Max Depth of Cut||300mm|
|Max Width of Cut||410mm|
|Overall L x W x H||820 x 670 x 1,880mm|
|Power||1.5kW 230V 1ph|
|Table Size||600 x 430mm|
|Table Tilt||-10° to +45°|
|Min Extraction Airflow Required||1,500m³/hr|
6 July 2014
Another great Axminster productThis is a fantastic tool, very well designed, constructed and finished, you do need to add your own plug, or hard wire it, so add a 16A commando plug to any order. Once up and running this saw, with an Axminster 3tpi blade happily resaws the Oak and Beech I have put through it to date.
11 September 2010
Axminster Plus Ap4300T/1 BandsawWoodorkers today are spoiled- not only for choice but quality! I have just replaced the 13" throat APTC bandsaw Ian Stiles gave me on 'permanent loan' when I wrote the books 'Electric Woodwork' and 'The Incredible Router' in 1989. I have replaced it not because it is worn out but because I wanted to 'spoil myself' and get the biggest bandsaw I could fit in my workshop and also move around if I needed to. This is a well engineered beast and armed with a top quality blade is capable of cutting deep stock. It is quiwt and smooth and the blade guides are robust. An Achilles Heel of many smaller bandsaws is the table anchorage that can flap about a bit when you saw fairly hefty boards. This is pretty solid and adjustments are fairly easy.