Axminster AP0 Arbor Press
Axminster AP0 Arbor Press
£38.95 (£32.46 Ex. VAT)

Axminster AP0 Arbor Press

Code: 340041

  • Hand operated
  • Useful for assembling brass tubes into wooden pen blanks
  • Applies firm and uniform pressure
  • 114mm travel
  • 19mm square arbor
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£38.95 (£32.46 Ex. VAT)

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Frequently Bought Together

  • Axminster AP0 Arbor Press
  • Velvet Pen Sleeves (Pkt 12)
Total: £42.48

In Detail

Hand operated arbor press which is very useful for assembling the brass tubes into the wooden blanks of the woodturning project kits. Pressure is firm and uniform and the components are held square whilst being inserted. It has a travel of 114mm and a 19mm square arbor. 0.5 Tonne.



Arbor Size 19 mm
Base Size 241 mm x 102 mm
Max Stroke 114 mm
Model AP0
Nett Weight 8.5 kg
Overall Height 250 mm
Reviews (2)

Customer Reviews

Overall rating 5 out of 5 based on 2 reviews

Newest Customer Reviews


Alan Purdy

30 January 2011

Well made

well made robust bit of kit, spent longer cleaning it than setting it up, I need to use it for leather work pressing stamps / punching up to 2" holes, works brilliantly just wish I had got the bigger one then I wouldn't have to cut the ends off my stamps. Oh well

Mr Niall Hammond

14 January 2008

Does the job well

Well made functional piece of kit.
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