Buying used metal fabrication equipment is a cost-effective way for your machine shop to quote on contracts without the high cost of buying new metal fabrication machinery. Our used Inventory includes press brake machines, punch press machines, laser cutting, waterjet, metal saws and many used machines that are high quality and ready for use. Need to make metal fabrication parts for a client urgently? Our team can help you find the right equipment for your job fast.
Machine shops sometimes have opportunities to quote jobs that could best be made by specific types of used metal fabrication machinery they don't currently have. These machine shops then have to decide whether to outsource the work or buy new equipment. We can help these machine shops find the equipment needed so that they can make an educated decision on the best course of action. It may not be difficult to locate a CNC welder or plasma cutter that makes all the difference between increasing and decreasing production volume. Buying used Fabrication equipment could be essential to winning a contract to which you have been applying. However, the upfront cost of new machinery can cut into your profits of these contracts, potentially hurting your short term cash reserves. When buying used machines, there are 3 major benefits: first, you have the ability to bid contracts at a cheaper price, giving you an edge over competitors. Second, used machines can help you win more contracts due to the new ability you have to fabricate and lastly, used machinery can be re-sold when the contract ends.
Here is an overview of the types of metal fabrication machinery that you can buy and sell on a regular basis
Metal Cutting Saws: Manual, semi-automatic, automatic metalworking (CNC), band saws.
Industrial Welders: Industrial quality welders for high volume and large capacity welding solutions.
Plasma Cutters: CNC table plasma cutters, hand-held plasma cutters.
CNC Laster Cutters: Laser CNCs for high production sheet metal work in a range of sizes & power options.
Plate Roller Machines: For bending sheet metal into arches and round shapes of all sizes and metal thicknesses, mechanical plate rolls, hydraulic types, three-roll initial pinch, single-pinch plate rolls, double-pinch plate rolls, four-roll style plate rolls.
Press Brake Machines: CNC operated press machines including press brakes, rolling press brakes, hybrid press brakes, forging press machines with inclinable frames, gap frames, c-frames, straight side frames, adjustable bed frames, and open-end presses.
Punch Press Machines: Fabrication punch machines which stamp out patterns in sheet metal.
Shearing Machines: Alligator shears, bench shears, guillotine shears, power shears, throatless shears, snips, nibblers.