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BPI Auctions also encourages buyers to view before they bid so you can be safe in the knowledge you’re buying through an open and transparent online auctioneer.

If you’re struggling to find exactly what you’re looking for, why not check out or tool auctions or plant and machinery auctions?

We run upwards of around 150 woodworking auctions in the UK, each year. These specialist auctions contain some of the highest quality and best-branded equipment within the woodworking industry. 

Don’t miss out, be sure to check our auctions regularly.

Woodworking Machinery Auctions at BPI

If you're working to a budget or simply prefer the older style of machines, buying used woodworking machinery is an affordable way to replace or expand your workshop equipment.

BPI Auctions sells a wide variety of used woodworking tools including lathes, bandsaws, CNC and edgebanding machines. Machines on our auctions are either no longer needed or they come from businesses that have ceased trading. This means you can pick up high quality, reliable tools at a fraction of what they would cost to buy new.

Our woodworking auctions commonly include the likes of planing equipment, presses, drills and carpentry machines for the likes of finishing and coating. More specifically, we have specialist woodworking CNC machines, panel saws, table saws, industrial planes and edgebanders.

Used Woodworking Tools & CNC Machines – Why Buy Second Hand?

Buying used woodworking equipment from BPI Auctions means you know you'll be paying the real market value and not overspending unnecessarily. This makes it a cost-effective way to trial new equipment if you're thinking of expanding your business. When you're taking your woodworking to the next level, whether it's a hobby or a profession, you can feel rest assured that you're bidding on some of the best machinery on the market at the moment.

Leading brands such as SCM, Wadkin and many more often appear in our auctions, with machines selling for a fraction of their RRP, so don't forget to sign up to our newsletter to be the first to know about our latest woodworking auctions!

Have Woodworking Machinery to Sell at Auction? Try BPI Auctions

Having trouble selling your woodworking machinery? BPI Auctions are trusted online auctioneers and one of the UK’s market leaders in the management of redundant stocks from big companies, smaller companies, and private individuals within the UK.

With all our online auctions, it’s vital to ensure that our clients have a full understanding of both the auction and purchasing options before committing to selling with us. For more information on selling with us, get in touch with our team today or create an account on our website to get started via the button below.

Woodworking Auction FAQs

Read our woodworking equipment auction frequently asked questions.

Woodworking auctions can be a great place to find deals on new and used woodworking tools, but it can be tricky to determine what is actually for sale. Sometimes, the items listed are actually new, but other times they may be used. It can be difficult to tell just by looking at the listing, so it's important to do your research before bidding on anything. Typically a woodworking auction is seen as a great way to find used machinery at a great price. New machinery has a high premium and production is slow. Many of our customers are looking for second hand and rarely new ones, however, we have had some very new machines over the years (only a year old for example) with huge savings.

You should consider the age and condition of the tools, as well as how much you're willing to pay for them. It's also important to make sure that you understand the tools you're buying so that you don't end up with something that's not right for your needs.

When it comes to woodworking equipment, there are a lot of different ways that you can acquire them. You can buy them new and used, at auction. Each option has its own set of pros and cons.

Woodworking machinery and equipment can be bought at an auction. You can find various different woodworking machines and equipment at auction, but it is important to know what to look for and what to avoid. By doing your research ahead of time, you can find the best deals and save money on the equipment you need for your woodworking projects. When it comes to woodworking machines and equipment, one of the best places to find great deals is at auction. The best type of auctions are retirement, relocation and restructuring auctions as they are more than likely in full operation prior to being sold at auction. However, inspections in person are available for all these auctions and often have dedicated viewing days.

If you're in the market for used woodworking machinery, you may be wondering if they're safe to use. Here's what you need to know.

When it comes to safety, there are a few things to consider when buying used machinery. First, always make sure that the unit is in good condition. Check for any damage, and make sure that all of the parts are in working order. If you're not sure, it's always best to err on the side of caution and pass on the purchase. Always use common sense when using the machinery. Always read the manufacturer's instructions carefully if you have them, and never use a piece of machinery without understanding how it works. If something doesn't feel right, or you're not sure about something, don't hesitate to ask a professional for help.

All of our woodworking tools and equipment sold at auction on the BPI Auctions website are predominantly collections only due to the nature of the items available. For information on our collections, please view our collections page here - bpiauctions.com/collections. You can find further information on shipping to Europe, our collections details and our terms and conditions.

Our auctions are sold as seen, even if it’s an online auction. Due to the nature of the sales, we are unable to offer any warranties or guarantees.

We are far more open and approachable than most auctioneers and we offer to advise via calls, emails, chat and in person. If you have any questions regarding our sales, please do not hesitate to get in touch.