A traditionally designed beechwood bench equipped with a heavy duty top, tool well at rear and one wooden vice with central screw and twin support bars plus a traditional L shaped tail vice. Built to a very high standard from European beech, the frame members are 40mm by 80mm, the top is a very substantial 50mm thick with 110mm deep edgings and there is a total of 13, 20mm dog holes for clamping longer lengths of timber with the tail vice. The overall width of the working surface is 615mm, including a tool well of 150mm. The end tail vice is 220mm wide and the front vice 520mm, giving plenty of holding width for large pieces of timber. Tool storage is catered for by an underslung drawer, 400mm long. Four 20mm steel bench dogs are provided, two short and two long. The bench is supplied flat packed, so home assembly will be required. Two styles of storages are available as options, one a traditional drawer and cupboard set, the other a drop down tool storage system.
|Overall L x W x H||1,910 x 615 x 850mm|
|Thickness of Top||50mm|
17 August 2015
a s workbenchwell what can i say fantastic well worth the money it was so easy to put together and when it came from Axminster the delivery man from Axminster could not do enough for me he was brilliant nothing was to much trouble. the bench is so well made well finish a real work horse well done Axminster
6 December 2014
An excellent substantial benchI acquired this bench to replace a 40year old Sjoberg bench with wooden screw vices which had long ceased to function. This AS bench is extremely heavy (be warned it requires 2 people to assemble it) and is very well-made and will last at least a life-time or two. The instructions of assembly are pretty inadequate and fail to mention that part of the sub-frame has to be removed to enable the LH vice to be seated properly. Also the top benefits from some coats of Danish Oil or similar to obviate against glue spillage etc. But overall it is of excellent quality with the benefit of a traditional tail- vice with all the flexibility of holding work-piceses that results from that construction. Both vices work very smoothly with large capacity jaws.