Had a quick look at some of the items they were selling on their website. Checked out their radial arm saws. Funny thing is that the spindles are down as 1 inch in diameter. You would expect that only from items made in the USA to have that spec. Probably most items from the Far East. No direct experience with them.
I have an Xcaliber Delta Contractor saw type with a 10" blade. I have had it for 5/6 years and very happy with it. good and solid cast iron top. Replaced the mitre guide for an Incra and works a treat.
I remember picking it up and seeing their showroom, the planer thicknessers were a cut above the sheppach stuff of the time,cant spek to any thing else but have been around a while and fairly well regarded I belive
I have the 10" Xcalibur cabinet TS - it's the one you see in all my films. It's old-fashioned, but that I can live with. Its main strengths are that it is built like a tank and has more power than I shall ever need. Rock-solid fence. I hope I never have to give it back. Bob9F, Trim and Philly also have the same saw, I believe. We are all happy bunnies.
I hadn't made the connection before but you're right, they look just like the Axminster ones and the specs seem near-enough identical, when I hopefully get around to buying a P/T later this year I think based on the apparent performance per pound I'm likely to be placing an order with them. There are some magazine reviews of the planer-thicknessers on the Woodford website which seem generally favourable. For the money I don't think you'd go far wrong.