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J. Quentin Murray

J. Quentin Murray
Quentin is a content writing intern at Machinery Marketing International. He is Chicago Based writer with a strong voice and a knack for concise and witty prose.
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While many are alarmed by the current geopolitical climate, this international tension comes with a silver lining for owners of CNC roll forming machines. Increased spending in aerospace & defense has led to huge growth...

The second world war, the largest in all of history, shaped nearly every aspect of our modern world. Our economy, our infrastructure, our politics; all were shaped by this single cataclysmic conflict. More so than any...

Would you look at that, once again it’s everyone’s favorite time of the year to not die, National Safety Month! Last year we celebrated by giving you some general tips to stay alive while working with machines that cut...

CNC lathes, grinders, EDMs and more to be sold through an online auction ending on July 18, 2018.

MMI Auction, a division of Machinery Marketing International was chosen to facilitate this single facility machine shop...

In preparation for new customer orders, a corrugation plant used MMI auction to sell a set of machines no longer needed, including two massive rolling machines.

A Midwest fabrication plant auctioned off about 80 presses and fabrication machines using Machinery Marketing International’s managed online auction service.

CNC Machining is a complicated business, whether dealing with Used CNC machines or new, everyone runs their shop a little differently. Because of that, certain simple machine tool tricks may completely fly under the radar...

If you're active in the CNC machining community to any degree, you've likely heard the names Haas and Mazak tossed around a lot. They are two juggernauts of the industry, each taking up huge shares of the market and each...

So you're going to sell your used CNC equipment, and you want to maximize the ease—and profits—of doing so. Maybe you're a new hobbyist, looking to trade your first lathe in for something a little more powerful. Or maybe...