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Parting with an old machine can be hard. It was likely a huge investment, and has probably served you well for dozens of projects, so trashing it, especially while it still functions perfectly fine, can be a hard...

The typewriter. The phonograph. The flip phone. Human technology is constantly moving forward, and as it does many things once on the very cutting edge get left in the dust. Yet, for entirely valid reason, you'll find...

So, you've done some reading, talked to your friends, consulted your astrologist, and you've decided it's time to get into the world of CNC machinery. Perhaps you've been using manual machines and you're ready for an...

When it comes to buying used CNC machinery online, there are enough machines to make your head spin. Even if you know exactly what kind of equipment you're looking for (quite a challenge in and of itself), picking a...

Now that you have determined that a used CNC machine is right for your businessyou will have to decide when to buy it. Your choice should be based on your business needs and financing. However, there are some general...

Used CNC machines have lower price tags than new ones, which can make buyers question the condition the machine will come in. Many buyers know that a used machine can have hidden issues that will end up costing more to...

You’ve decided to buy a used CNC machine, but what is important to look for in it? As I mentioned before, getting a certified machine inspector is your best choice to make before committing to any purchased. However, it...

Choosing the Right Used CNC Machine

by Diego Zacarias on Jan 23, 2017 2:02:38 PM

Even if you determine that a used CNC machine is right for your business, shopping for a particular machine can be overwhelming. In addition to the initial machine purchase, there are other factors that will contribute to...

If you’re involved in manufacturing, then it is no surprise that new CNC machines are typically an expensive investment.  As such, many businesses choose to purchase used machines as economical alternatives to new ones....

Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes (PATH) Act enacted in December 2015 provides tax incentives for machinery.