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  1. New Scott+Sargeant Catalogue 52 Available at W12 Exhibition

    The future may not necessarily be orange, but Scott+Sargeant’s stand at W12 certainly was, as one of the country’s leading suppliers of new and used woodworking machinery took the opportunity to launch the latest edition of their industry-renowned machinery and tooling catalogue, clad in a distinctive fluorescent orange cover. Packed with brand new products, such […]
  2. F J Williams Invest in Martin T12 Spindle - Their Third Martin Machine!

    Fred Williams established his joiners shop in Kent more than 30 years ago, this successful family business now run by his son Dave. They have built their reputation on providing quality products and services to both the trade and the public. As joiners they like to use traditional methods and contemporary styles, produced in their […]
  3. TK Joinery Choose Martin T27 Flex Spindle Moulder

    Based in the middle of Dorset, T K Joinery (Blandford) Ltd was founded in 1996 and have built up a reputation as a manufacturer of high quality bespoke joinery from sash windows to staircases, casement windows to conservatories. The company have completed a number of high profile commissions throughout the south and south-west, and their […]
  4. Factory Manager - Furniture Manufacturer in Kenya

    We have an expanding client in Kenya looking for a manager who is experience with CNC machines, edgebanders etc. If you are interested, email your CV to paul@scosarg.co.uk 
  5. We are currently looking for the following used machines..

    We have motivated buyers currently looking for : 1 - Flat Table CNC machines by Biesse, Holzher, Homag, SCM, or Weeke 2 - Traditional Wadkin planing machines 3 - Edgebanders made by Biesse, Holzher, Ima, Homag, SCM, or Weeke 4 - Modern beamsaw by Selco ideally 4.3m cut length 5 - Wide belt sander 900 - […]
  6. Scott & Sargeant Launch New Website

    The new Scott & Sargeant website gets ready to launch ... more news, more information and easier to navigate.
  7. Buying Second Hand Woodworking Machinery

    Buying second-hand machinery makes increasing sense as capital gets scarcer and more expensive and next year’s order book looks less certain.  Minimising leasing or depreciation costs helps to maintain profitability, while investing in additional equipment increases your company’s versatility and productivity to tackle new projects, manufacture different products. Dodgy deals are dangerous However, you do […]

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