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Why Buy Machinery from Us?
  • Hundreds of Quality New & Used Machinery on Hand
  • We Pay Top Dollar for Your Surplus Machinery
  • We Offer Professional AMEA Certified Appraisals
  • Thirty-Day MDNA Warranties on Used Machinery
  • America’s Premier Machine Tool Dealer
  • Over 4,000 Machines Sold to Over 3,000 Satisfied Clients
  • 5,000 Sq Ft New Equipment Showroom
  • 30,000 Sq ft Used Equipment Showroom
  • Open Houses and Live Demos at Showroom
  • Inside Support Staff at Our Facility
  • High-Level Technicians on Staff
  • Strong Relationship with Machine Dealers
  • Machine Trade-In Program Available
Types of Machinery We Sell
What Kinds of Industries & Businesses Use Our Machines?
  • Aerospace
  • Appliance
  • Automotive
  • Chipmaking
  • Construction
  • Defense
  • Electronics
  • Energy
  • Fabricating
  • Marine
  • Oil and Gas
  • Plastics
  • Stone
  • Woodworking
Benefits of Industrial Manufacturing & Automation

Technological improvements and Industrial automation are having a significant impact on the manufacturing industry. While the industry as a whole is facing labor shortages, automated technology and smarter machines are bridging the gap by completing more complicated tasks. In addition to addressing the labor shortage, machine manufacturing has led to increases in worker safety, reductions in human error, reduction in the overall cost of employees, and increased production rates.

Problems Our Most Popular Machines Solve
  • CNC lasers
    • CNC lasers provide high-quality and accurate solutions for cutting mild steel, stainless steel, and aluminum plates. When effectively controlled, these tools are stable, reliable, and efficient.
  • Press Brakes
    • Press Brakes are used in a variety of industries including automotive, aircraft, and even housing. Press Brakes are used to bend simple and complex sheet metal. Modernization and technology improvements have made it possible for North American fabricators to compete with cheaper outsourced labor.
  • CNC Routers
    • Computer numerical control (CNC) routers route computer-controlled tool paths for cutting materials like steel, wood, aluminum, composites, plastic, and foam. CNC routers are very popular with woodworkers and provide the ability to cut complex shapes and designs.
  • 3D Printers
    • The introduction of 3D printers has greatly impacted the manufacturing industry and adds significant advantages in cases where traditional manufacturing is limited. These printers aid in low and high-volume manufacturers and provide several crucial benefits including reduction in costs & risks, faster & more efficient production, limitless geometries, and less waste.
  • CNC Plasma
    • CNC Plasma systems use a plasma torch to cut through sheet metal, metal plates, straps, bolts, pipes, and other metal parts in a path controlled by a computer. Plasma cutters are used by a wide variety of industry professionals and hobbyists and offer superior cutting accuracy compared to milling machines.
  • Waterjet Machines
    • Waterjet machines provide another solution for the cutting of metal and other materials. The significant benefit of waterjet machines is their ability to cut materials without compromising the structure of the material because there is no “heat-affected zone” or HAZ. This is a crucial benefit for cutting metals as the process does not affect the intrinsic properties of the materials that are being cut.