Axminster Trade AT200SM/WS1000TA Spindle Moulder
Axminster Trade AT200SM/WS1000TA Spindle Moulder
£1,899.96 (£1,583.30 Ex. VAT)

Axminster Trade AT200SM/WS1000TA Spindle Moulder

Code: 501209

  • Sliding table fitted with mitre fence and work clamp for precision work
  • 45° backwards tilting spindle gives increased safety with larger cutters
  • Four spindle speeds with digital read-out of speed
  • Cast iron table gives stability, vibration absorption and a stable surface
  • Supplied with integral finger fence for improved safety
  • 2.8kW 230V 1ph braked induction motor, 16A supply required
  • Optional support table, tenoning plate, power feed and mobility base
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£1,899.96 (£1,583.30 Ex. VAT)

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Frequently Bought Together

  • Axminster Trade AT200SM/WS1000TA Spindle Moulder
  • Co-Matic AF32  Power Feed
  • Tenon Plate for WS1000TA
  • Ring Fence for WS1000TA/AT200SM Spindle Moulders
Total: £2,507.38

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Trade Classification & 3 Year Guarantee

A great trade machine offering a good range of standard facilities.
The cast iron table gives great stability and vibration dampening properties. A 2.8kW 1ph motor offers ample power. A choice of four speeds between 1,800 and 9,000rpm allows the use of wide range of tooling. A handy digital readout displays the spindle speed. The spindle has a tilt facility ranging from +5° to - 45°. There is a stop set at 90°, which can be withdrawn to allow the spindle to tilt forward by +5°
The spindle hood is of cast alloy with long, fully adjustable fences, work hold-downs and a 100mm dust outlet. A further 100mm dust outlet at the chassis collects directly below the cutter block, which means waste removal is very efficient when used with a suitable extractor. The machine comes with a simple sliding table with a mitre fence and work clamp as standard.
An optional square frame table for the added support of panels etc is available. Other options include a tenoning plate, which raises the work above the table allowing you to machine the bottom and top of the work together. It also allows cutter diameters up to 200mm above the table for long tenons.

N.B. 16A fused supply is required.

This product is on page 42 of the Axminster Tools & Machinery 2018/19 Catalogue.


Dust Extraction Outlet 2 x 100 mm
Max Spindle Projection Above Table 100 mm
Max Tooling Diameter Above Table 200 mm
Max Tooling Diameter Below Table 180 mm
Min Extraction Airflow Required 1,000 m³/hr
Model AT200SM
Nett Weight 218 kg
Overall L x W x H 1,010 mm x 690 mm x 900 mm
Power 2.8 kW
Rating Trade
Spindle Diameter 30 mm
Spindle Speed 1,800, 3,000, 6,000 & 9,000 rpm
Spindle Tilt +5° to -45°
Spindle Travel 100 mm
Table Height 900 mm
Table Size 1,000 mm x 360 mm
Voltage 230 V
Reviews (6)

Customer Reviews

Overall rating 4.5 out of 5 based on 6 reviews

Newest Customer Reviews


Steven williams

26 October 2018

Good product but let down by no compliance to the wood machines regulations 1974 which still stands today in the UK.

I purchased this machine on Wednesday this week and was delighted with the fast delivery (next day), was extremely quick to set up and install,
Then I came to use it, every thing is fine and works well, apart from the fence provided which is the version with the sliding fingers, this at first glance is a good bit of kit however to comply with the woodworking machine regulations 1974 (which UK health and safety prosecute under). There is no provision for the fitting of "Face boards" to the machine, as required under the law.
As a wood machinist of over 30 years I find this rediclous as the safety of operating this machine is compromised, under the 1974 regulations the machine must be garded as closely as practical possible. Which is only having the cutting area exposed beyond the face of the fence.
As this fence provided with this machine does not allow for this provision, it does not meet the regulations on provision of garding.
I am however working on a get over for this as safety is the utmost priority in any workshop.
I will add, other than this, the machine is a great item and I'm very happy with it.

Axminster reply
The 1974 regulations were revoked as a new Approved Code of Practice came into force, which still applies today, a free to download version can be found here,


6 January 2017

Shouldn't be trade rated

I purchased this machine a few months ago I put a lot of thought and research into it and decided this would be perfect, it's not.
firstly initial set up. squaring the fences up to the bed and inline with each other vertically and straight is a nightmare its taken me months to get the right as to adjust the fence plate you have to take the fence off take the backing plate off turn a grub screw then put back together check and repeat. also theres no spindle lock you have to use two spanners which I've gotten used to but a spindle lock would be nice.

secondly the tilting head sounds wonderful, it isn't. the locking mechanism isn't very convincing and its quite easy to move it a bit out of square by accident. there is no sort of positive lock at 90 degrees you have to square it up off the bed and check it my gauge is also about 1 degree out so don't trust that.

the finger fence sounds great too and it is handy however there are three small grub screw to lock the fingers the grub screws that aren touching the fence because they're filling the gap will vibrate out. I have taken all the grub screws out bar the ones on the end permanently on the fence.

The spindle rise and fall has seized up a couple of times and it is a pain to un-seize.

however the biggest problem I've had happened today the drive belt decided it wanted to fall of whilst I was rebating and then the pulley on the spindle dropped off because there is no manual break on the spindle if this happens so it just kept spinning until that unit came off, when I opened it up the motor was still locked in place so how it happened I don't know.

Don't get me wrong the machine its self is a good machine but it shouldn't be trade rated its defiantly more of a serious hobby machine. as soon as I can afford to I'm upgrading to the industrial version because I can't keep putting up with the problems. I wish I had gone for that one in the first place now. I would sooner drop the tilting head and have a better quality fence.

Barry Tomlin

25 July 2016

Looks Good and Sturdy

I purchased this machine some four months ago including all the attachments. It's heavy looks great as do all the extras I have not yet used it just sit and look at it, It was purchased because the price was excellent I will when used give another review. Thank you Axminster.

Alan Parratt

27 April 2015


Excellent machine for the money , I've owned mine for just over 2 yrs , it's really solid and heavy construction inspires confidence when your using it unlike other machines in this bracket that use light weight materials to cut costs ,The only real adjustment I had to do was to lower the height of the sliding carriage a little otherwise it was pretty much ready to go out of the crate . I did order the panel attachment for the sliding carriage but this takes up quite a bit of room and I found that I didn't really use it so just use the carriage in its standard form . The electric brake works really well but does struggle to stop the large steel headed panel raising head , but once you know how long it takes its not an issue . All in all a great machine and I'd recommend anyone check one out .

Helmut Perner/HP Carpentry

8 September 2014

WS1000TA Spindle Moulder

I am working with this Moulder now for about 3 weeks and have made already different applications with the 45 degree tilting spindle which is in my opinion the biggest asset on the machine. The motor starts smooth and runs perfect as well and copes with all my heavy cutter heads. I was surprised of the time the spindle comes to a standstill when you hit the OFF switch. Within 2-4 seconds and it has stopped completely from spinning even with the heavy and 200mm diameter cutter head no problem. Sliding table runs smooth on plastic rollers and making tenon cuts is no longer a flimsy risky task as it was on my old semi pro Moulder. The spindle height has a travel of 100mm and is easy going up or down which is indicated on a gauge at the side of the moulder.
The fence has been obviously improved to an integral fence as standard now and is definite better regarding safety.
The only thing which can be criticised would be the wrenches for tightening the spindle. For the big 36mm there was only a mild steel Chinese version provided which I have already replaced with a German Quality Steel wrench.
Overall the machine performs great and has with its 215kg weight and 2.8 kw motor the right balance do to good cabinetry work for any kind of application.

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