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For nearly 50 years, Axminster tools have been supplying tools, machinery and consumables from leading brands, including brands of their own. They’re a family-owned business passionate about all things woodworking, and I have a lot of respect for their ethos and company values. It doesn’t hurt that they make some cracking kit too. I’m proud to be affiliated with them. If you shop at the Axminster website using the link below, I earn a small commission on each sale at no extra cost to you.Axminster Tools
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