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February 25-27, 2014 Table of Contents............. p. 7 Advertiser Index ............ p. 10 Surplus Guide................. p. 40 Classifieds ...................... p. 52


44 MODELS OF LATHES TO CHOOSE FROM 8" x 18" to 21" x 120"

IN STOCK AND READY TO SHIP!

SB1049 13" x 30" 8-Speed Lathe, 220V

SB1015F 16" x 60" EVS Lathe, 440V w/DRO

SB1012F 14" x 40" EVS Lathe, 220V w/DRO

SB1058F 18" x 80" 16-Speed Lathe, 440V w/DRO

SB1054F 16" x 40" 16-Speed Lathe, 440V w/DRO

SB1048PF 21" x 120" 16-Speed Lathe, 440V w/DRO

SPINDLE RUNOUT WITHIN 50 MILLIONTHS OF AN INCH!

10 DIFFERENT MILLS 9" x 42" to 10" x 54"

SUPER PRECISION DIGITAL THREADING COLLET LATHE

9" X 48" VARIABLE SPEED VERTICAL MILLING MACHINE (EVS) W/POWER FEED

OUTSTANDING FEATURES: • Spindle runout within 50 millionths of an inch • Touch screen LCD Panel • Fast lever-action collet closer • Yaskawa inverter • Swing over bed: 11" • Distance between centers: 18" • Spindle bore: 1.25" • Spindle speeds with 5-Collet: 50–4000 RPM • Tailstock taper: MT #2 • Inch threads: 3.175–500 TPI • Metric threads: 0.55–6.55mm • 3 HP, 220V, 3-phase, 10A • Approximate shipping weight: 2645 lbs.

SB1009 Digital Threading Collet Lathe

SIMPLY KEY IN ANY CUSTOM THREAD PITCH YOU WANT!

OUTSTANDING FEATURES: • Allen-Bradley® controls • Japanese NSK/NTN bearings • Table, knee, and ram are equipped with dual locking mechanisms • Serpentine poly V-belt • High precision spindle bearings for smooth, quiet, and precise operation • Turcite coated ways • Each machine comes with its own QC test chart • Meehanite® castings • Built in typical South Bend "no compromise" fashion

VARIABLE SPEEDS— 60 TO 5000 RPM!

SB1027F 9" x 48" EVS Mill w/DRO

16174

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Hundreds of Thousands of Lathes Sold Since 1906

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European Quality Heavy Duty

Accurate

Reliable

Providing the industry with European quality lathes at affordable prices for over 30 years!

16" x 40" 16" x 60"

Heavy duty clutched headstock • Heavy duty clutched headstock with 3" or 4" spindle bores Precision SKF spindle bearings • Precision SKF spindle bearings • Cuts inch and metric threads without change of gear • 4-way rapid traverse and 2-speed tailstocks standard • Heavy duty bed construction with extra wide bedways and heavy machine weights

• Heavy duty clutched headstock with 5-7/16" spindle bores • 10" and 14" spindle bores on hollow spindle models • Precision SKF spindle bearings • Cuts inch and metric threads without change of gear • 4-way rapid traverse and 2-speed tailstocks standard • Heavy duty bed construction with extra wide bedways and heavy machine weights

20" 20" 20" 20"

x x x x

40" 60" 80" 120"

25" 25" 25" 25"

x x x x

60" 80" 120" 160"

28" 28" 28" 28"

x x x x

60" 80" 120" 160"

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Heavy duty clutched headstock Precision SKF spindle bearings 4-way rapid traverse 2-speed tailstock

• Heavy duty clutched headstock with 4" spindle bores • Precision SKF spindle bearings • Cuts inch and metric threads without change of gear • 4-way rapid traverse and 2-speed tailstocks standard • Heavy duty bed construction with extra wide bedways and heavy machine weights

31" x 80" 31" x 120" 31" x 200" 39" x 80" 39" x 120" 39" x 200"

Most sizes in stock.

1546 Cedar Street • Ontario, CA 91761 •USA

www.lionlathes.com

800.638.0770


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Laser distance sensors for industry Rugged High Performance Laser Distance Sensors Distance Position Level Displacement

Cut to length and mill applications

Diameter Width Length Thickness

Pricing & applications

Automated storage/retrieval system (ASRS)

Monitor your cut to length operations: Short and long range noncontact measurement Rugged IP65 housing—solid aluminum construction Operating temperature: -40°C to +50°C (with heater) Class II eye safe visible laser Up to 1 mm accuracy

Detect position and motion: Measure long runways - 65 m range natural surface - 500 m range with reflective target Indoor/outdoor operations Outputs: Absolute SSI encoder, serial and analog

Also used sucessfully in a wide variety of applications when properly integrated:

Distance & Position

Collision Detection

USA Distributor of Laser Distance Sensors

Level in Storage Bins

Crane Position

Coil Size & Handling

Roll Diameter & Width

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Advertiser Index & Web Site Locator. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Associations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 Auctions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47, 48 Classifieds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 Cleaning, Deburring, Finishing Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18, 20, 34 Contract Manufacturing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38, 39 Custom CNC Solutions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5, 22 Drilling & Tapping Machines. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Electrical, Electronic, Automation & Equipment. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FC, 5, 49, 50, 53 Fabricating Equipment & Accessories. . . . . . . . . . 16, 17, 18, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 27, 28, 29 Gear Cutting, Machinery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Hand Tools. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Handling Equipment & Magnets for Holding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32, 33, 46, 47, 48, BC Industrial Ovens. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7, 19, 46 Laser Cutting Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Marking Systems. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Metalworking Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . IFC, 3, 14, 15, 32, 38, 43 Metalworking Fluids, Lubricants / Cleaners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Measuring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Productivity Profile. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26, 30, 34, 36, 53 Pumps, Motors, Valves, Parts, Hydraulic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32, 33, 54 Quality, CMM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Retrofit, Rebuilding, Machine Service & Repair. . . . . . . . .FC, 5, 12, 13, 14, 32, 33, 54, 55 Software Solutions / ERP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54, IBC Safety Products, Curtains, Doors, Machine Guards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Steel Buildings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Storage Cabinets, Workstations & Toolboards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8, Surplus Equipment / Export . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 51 Surplus Electrical Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49, 50 Thermal Drilling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Tooling Workholding & Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4, 7, 11, 14, 15, 38 Tradeshows . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35, 37, 38 Waterjet Machinery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Welding Equipment & Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12, 40, 41

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ADVERTISER INDEX & Web Site Locator

Actek Manufacturing and Engineering Inc. ................BC

www.actekmfg.com

Action Machinery ...................................................... 43

www.actionmachinery.com

Active Machinery Sales, Inc. ..................................... 44

www.activemachinery.com

Akjetam Company, LLC ............................................. 47

www.akjetam.com

AmCon Design & Contract Manufacturing Expo .................................................. 38

www.amconshows.com

Attica Hydraulic Exchange ......................................... 33

www.ahx1.com

Betenbender Manufacturing, Inc ............................... 28

www.betenbender.com

Big Ass Fans ............................................................. 36

www.bigassfans.com

Bore Repair Systems, Inc.......................................... 12

www.repairbores.com

Briney Tooling Systems............................................... 4

www.brineytooling.com

C Marshall Fabrication Machinery, Inc. ..................... 22

www.cmarshallfab.com

Carell Corporation ..................................................... 20

www.carellcorp.com

Charleston Annex, Inc. .............................................. 45

www.charlestonannex.com

Chevalier Machinery, Inc. .......................................... 15

www.chevalierusa.com

Cole-Tuve, Inc. .......................................................... 29

The Electric Barn ....................................................... 49

Melmor Associates ................................................... 46

www.electricbarn.com

www.melmor.com

Essex Structural Steel Co. ......................................... 38

MH Containers .......................................................... 47

www.essexstructuralsteel.com

www.mhcontainers.com

FABTECH Canada ...................................................... 35

MultiCam .................................................................. 22

www.fabtechcanada.com

www.multicam.com

Formdrill USA Inc...................................................... 16

Myron Bowling Auctioneers ...................................... 47

www.formdrill-usa.com

www.myronbowling.com

GotMachinery.com .............................................54, IBC www.GotMachinery.com

National Tooling & Machining Association (NTMA) .................................................. 49

The Grieve Corporation ......................................... 7, 19

www.ntma.org

www.grievecorp.com

OPT Machinery ......................................................... 46

H&K Equipment, Inc. ................................................ 48

www.optmach.com

www.hkequipment.com

Raco Industrial Corporation ...................................... 42

Haco-Atlantic, Inc...................................................... 27

www.raco.com

www.hacoatlantic.com

Radwell International, Inc. ........................................ FC

Haimer ...................................................................... 34

www.plcCenter.com

www.haimer-usa.com

RAS Machine Tool Technologies Inc. ........................ 14

HYDMECH................................................................. 21

www.rasmachinetool.com

www.hydmech.com

Repair Parts Inc. ....................................................... 12

HydraPower .............................................................. 24

www.repair-parts-inc.com

www.hydrapower-intl.com

Rygate LLC ............................................................... 46

Hydra Service............................................................ 52

www.rygatellc.com

www.hydraservice.net

SCT ........................................................................... 15

Industrial Magnetics, Inc........................................... 32

www.sct-usa.com

www.magnetics.com

Select Equipment Company ...................................... 50

Industrial Motor Service ........................................... 53

www.selectequipment.net

www.industrialmotorservice.com

Siemens Industry, Inc. .................................... 5, 26, 34

Infinity Rebuild.......................................................... 13

www.usa.siemens.com/cnc

ww.infinityrebuild.com

South Bend Lathe..................................................... IFC

Infor .......................................................................... 30

www.southbendlathe.com

www.infor.com

Speedycut Tapping Machines, Inc. ............................ 32

International Machinery .............................................. 3

www.speedycut.com

www.lionlathes.com

Sprinter Marking, Inc. ............................................... 16

Jordan Craig Machinery Int’l. LLC ............................. 51

www.sprintermarking.com

www.jordancraigmachinery.com

Stor-Loc ...............................................................8, IBC

www.coletuve.com

Cosen Saws, USA ..................................................... 25

www.cosensaws.com

Dardi Waterjet Importer Inc. ..................................... 31

www.dardiwaterjetimporter.com

Design & Manufacturing New England ............................................................. 37

Kanetec USA Corp..................................................... 38

www.storloc.com

www.kanetec.com

Tormach, LLC............................................................ 14

Kevin’s Equipment Company..................................... 40

www.tormach.com

www.weldingequipment.com

Trilogy Machinery, Inc. .............................................. 16

Kyzen Corporation..................................................... 20

www.trilogymachinery.com

www.kyzen.com

U S Shop Tools ......................................................... 11

www.dynabrade.com

L&L Special Furnace Co., Inc. ................................... 46

www.usshoptools.com

e-Black Solutions ...................................................... 34

www.hotfurnace.com

Vektek, Inc. ................................................................ 7

www.DM-New England.com

Design-2-Part Shows ................................................ 38

www.d2p.com

Dimetix USA................................................................ 6

www.dimetix-usa.com

Dynabrade Inc. .......................................................... 18

www.e-blacksolutions.com

Machinery Street ....................................................... 48

www.vektek.com

Eagle Bending ........................................................... 20

www.machinerystreet.com

WD-40 Company......................................................... 9

www.eaglebendingmachines.com

www.wd40.com/trigger

Eastern Electrical Liquidators .................................... 49

MacMillin Hydraulic Engineering Corporation ........................................... 32

Weld Plus, Inc. .......................................................... 41

www.eastelec.com

www.macmhydraulic.com

www.weldplus.com

Edwards Manufacturing Company ............................ 17

Marvel Manufacturing Company, Inc. ....................... 23

Wiseton Industries .................................................... 39

www.edwardsironworkers.com

www.marvelsaws.com

www.en.wiseton.com.cn

eepos Aluminum Crane Systems .............................. 33

Maynards Industries ................................................. 48

York Portable Machine .............................................. 12

www.maynards.com

www.yorkmachine.com

www.eepos-us.com

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Tormach PCNC Mills

starting at

Looking to fulfill your need for an additional piece of equipment without blowing your budget? With unprecedented affordability and high quality, a new Tormach PCNC 1100 Series 3 is the best value in the CNC market.

$8480

Tormach PCNC mills are perfect for small shops, custom manufacturing, hobbyists and R&D. But they aren’t just for the little guys...

(plus shipping)

Don’t let a dirty job like electrode machining take time and life out of your equipment - a PCNC can do the same job at a fraction of the cost. Or set up a PCNC for secondary operations like CNC drilling to free up your other machines for increased productivity. Sure, you could buy used, but why? With a rock-bottom cost of ownership and no-cost tech support by email or phone, a PCNC mill is an easy choice and avoids the hidden pitfalls of used equipment. Every PCNC 1100 Series 3 features: • Table size 34” x 9.5” • R8 Spindle 1.5 hp variable speed 5000 RPM and 90 IPM axes motion • Computer controlled spindle speed and direction • Standard G code compatibility • Composition bonded slideways (similar to Turcite®) When compared to the risk and headaches of used equipment, the decision is easy. Shown here with optional stand, LCD monitor, machine arms, 4th axis, and accessories.

The Tormach PCNC 1100 offers professional grade accessories like quick change tooling and optional Automatic Tool Changer.

Product information and online ordering at

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Introduces

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Standard & LED Lights $

JL30-WN142DB:

between 100 & $300

JL30-WN142DB

Equipped with a LED driver for directly connecting to voltage of 100VAC~240VAC with plug or lower voltage power 24V AC/DC is available without plug.

JWL-70RTM

• CE and IP67 approved.

JWL-70RTL

• Exceeds NEMA-13 criteria.

NEW Ultra LED Line Light Series

• Anti-irritation lens grid is fitted as a standard accessory. JWL-70RM

• Glass light tube is standard.

JWL-70RL

• Three lengths available JWL-70RTS

– JL15-WN082DB – 16” long – 1440 lumens – JL30-WN142DB – 28” long – 2880 lumens – JL45-WN212DB – 40” long – 4320 lumens

JWL-70RS

JWL-70R Series

JWL-70RT Series • Consists of 6 LED bulbs (9W).

• 120V - 240V AC

• Consists of 6 LED bulbs (9W).

• AC/DC 24 Volt

• Built-In Electronic Transformer.

• Light Output: 540 total lumens.

• Light Output: 540 total lumens.

• “No Heat” High intensity spot light.

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• Approvals: CE, IP65

• Furnished with 1.8 meters (70”) cord.

• Approvals: CE, IP65

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The New Grinding Edge

SMART-III technology is now available in a multi-

functional 2- and 3-axes CNC surface grinder. The SMART’s PC-based control, combined with a user-friendly conversational TaskLink function, makes it easy to learn and operate. The SMART series produces “mirror” surface finishes on highly accurately ground workpieces that result in microfinishes of 5 RMS with a positioning and grinding accuracy of (±) 1 micron. The SMART’s movements are programmable in increments of 0.001mm and include a table size up to 24"W x 80"L. The standard spindle speed is 1200rpm to 3600rpm with a spindle power of up to 25HP (greater HP is available). Call your local dealer to see our comprehensive product line for all your machining needs.

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Formdrill’s form sturdy bushings that can be threaded to produce your own inserts. These built-in inserts are as strong or stronger as the same-diameter welded nuts. Process works in steel, stainless steel, copper and aluminum up to ½” thicknesses. Standard UNC, UNF, NPT and Metric sizes are available up to 1.5” in diameter. It can easily be used in most Drill Presses, Milling Machines and CNC systems. Formdrill USA Inc

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Dynabrade Power Tools

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Optional 67500 Pedestal Stand

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Three-Wheel Belt Grinder

Two-Wheel Belt Grinder

Disc Grinder

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Bringing practical solutions to industry worldwide, Grieve has manufactured industrial ovens and furnaces since 1949. Whatever your requirement, a Grieve oven or furnace is likely the best solution. We are committed to continuing the tradition of personal involvement and quality products begun by our fathers. We welcome your inquiry. Douglas V. Grieve, President Frank P. Calabrese, Vice President

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MJC BUILDS MULTI-AXIS ROTARY FORGING MACHINE FOR ADVANCED RESEARCH IN AEROSPACE... 90 PERCENT MATERIAL SAVINGS POSSIBLE MJC Engineering is a custom machine tool builder, specializing in metalforming machines for such applications as spinning, flow forming, wheel spinning and rotary forging. The company was recently contracted by the Advanced Forming Research Centre (AFRC) at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, Scotland for a very unique application, namely, a cold-forming rotary forge press that works the material between two synchronized rotary dies. The dies operate in angle from the parallel. Typically, the angle is fixed but, on this custom designed machine from MJC, the angle is fully programmable. This configuration allows compression in a concentrated area and provides a more efficient method for metal deformation, while producing superior mechanical properties in the finished section. Up to 90 percent material savings can be achieved by the use of this revolutionary metalforming technology, in comparison to conventional machining from a solid blank. The aim of this new CNC technology, according to MJC company president Carl Lorentzen, is to make the aerospace engineers rethink how they design their products, so that a maximum material savings on exotic and costly metals can be realized. Rotary forging can be defined as a two-die forging process that deforms only a small portion of the workpiece at a time, in a continuous manner. The reduced instantaneous area of tool and workpiece

The unique operation of this MJC rotary forging press involves the application of pressure on a small portion of material at a time, reducing stress and saving up to 90% in material, compared to subtractive machining from a solid blank.

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contact means lower forging forces are required to cause deformation in the material. Typical components for rotary forge operations are round or cylindrical hollow parts that deploy expensive or exotic alloys, require extreme material property targets or involve very complex geometries. At AFRC, the rotary forging machine provided by MJC is processing AerMet® 100, Inconel 718 and Allvac® 718Plus®, Ti-6Al-4V as well as the creep-resistant Ti6242 and some beta alloys. Onboard the machine, the bottom and top spindles pivot from 0-45º, operated by AC vector motors and drives, plus an overall motion control CNC, all provided by longtime supplier to the builder, Siemens. The CNC is a Sinumerik 840D, which controls all the axis and spindle motion, hydro and servo positioning valves, plus the synchronization of up to four cylinders for the integrated motion of the rotary dies. In the processing of the workpiece, the control is monitoring all machine conditions, while maintaining the synchronized angles of the twin rotary dies. Programmed motion sequences on the machine must be maintained with high precision to avoid improper deformation of the materials during the cold-forming process. In a manufacturing environment, where the high production output of parts is critical, this process must remain extremely well-regu¬lated, documented and monitored. The CNC has the capability to upload all data in real time. Carl Lorentzen comments further on this MJC development, “Though the concept of the rotary die forge is certainly not new, the computercontrolled synchronized dual rotary dies on this machine offer a number of unique advantages in the cold-forming process of metals. The idea originated in a somewhat different form in the automotive market with the development of a front wheel hub hollow shaft. The cold-forming of metal around a bearing was combined with robot loading in production. The concept, combined with the Siemens CNC and its ability to control all the motion so precisely, made the development of this

New rotary forge press from MJC, built specially for the Advanced Forming Research Centre (AFRC) at the University of Strathclyde in Scotland. Two independent and synchronized rotary dies are fully programmable on the Siemens CNC to affect 0-45º pitch angles.

machine more practical for us.” MJC is a custom machine tool builder, with equipment currently serving in the military, aerospace, general metalforming and automotive after-market segments of industry. The company is a member of PMA, NFTC and AMT. The AFRC is jointly sponsored by the Scottish government, Scottish Enterprise and a variety of international aerospace manufacturers and engineering firms, including Boeing, Rolls Royce, TIMET, Aubert & Duval and Barnes Aerospace. It has operated as a world-class facility, supporting fundamental and applied research into the forming and forging of metals, since 2009. Having doubled in size recently, AFRC is expanding its market applications into the automotive, energy and marine markets. The center can currently heat, shape, finish, measure, test and analyze all types of metal materials and components in-house. The research done here comprises investigations into residual stress, die life, process characterization, materials characterization, heating and thermal processes, super-plastic forming, sheet forming and related technologies in automation, metallurgy and metrology. The key challenge for AFRC, according to its website, is to take low maturity technology developed in a university environment and successfully deploy it into a manufacturing facility.

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Every era is known by one defining innovation. As today’s manufacturing resurgence gains momentum, will 3D printing prove to be the breakthrough technology that defines this era? Or, will it be relegated to a spot next to the Edsel and Segway—inventions that didn’t live up to the hype? 3D printing is certainly one of the most exciting disruptive technologies that has recently emerged. It has also made some of the most significant leaps in adoption. Only thirty years ago, the concept was being tested as more science fiction than practical application. Today consumer-grade “plug-and-play” 3D printers are available at Staples for only $1,299.99. According to a market research report published earlier this year, the additive manufacturing industry spiked 28.6 percent last year, making it more than a two billion industry and growing.1 Most experts agree that we have only just begun to see the full impact of 3D printing. In fact, 3D printing is already playing a significant role for many major industries, from medical devices to aerospace and defense. While it gained a foothold primarily as a method to create prototypes, the precision accuracy it offers has proven to be attractive to specialized industries where exact specifications are essential, such as prosthetic limbs custom fitted for patients, or cockpit seats molded for fighter jets. Industries with short runs, highly customized variations or complex product testing and compliance requirements also find the flexibility of 3D printing to be beneficial. Manufacturers are increasingly turning to 3D printing to: • Speed prototypes and product introduction • Reduce costs of design engineering and development • Produce one-of-a-kind replacement parts • Supplement the supply chain for delivery of unique parts and components • Speed development of specialized tools, machinery and equipment

3D printing has evolved to include a wide range of materials, sizes and applications. Plastics, titanium, cobalt chrome and stainless steel are among the materials that can be used. Processes vary from ink jet printing to laser sintering. These many possibilities also mean a wide range of price tags, making the technology accessible to small businesses as well as large companies. Personal 3D printers can be as well-priced as $1,300, while professional units can cost up to $250,000, while the most advanced, high performance units capable of printing larger sizes and volumes will carry a price tag of around $950,000. When considering the costs of traditional product introductions, 3D printing often offers a very real cost savings, and a time advantage that is even more valuable. For manufacturers who are racing against the clock to beat competitors to market with new innovations, the ability to go from CAD design to ready-to test product in hand in mere hours is astounding. Since quality and specification compliance is near identical to traditionally built items, the units produced “overnight” by 3D printers can be used for engineering planning, consumer research and product testing without requiring the time and expense of complete line set up and tooling. So, is 3D printing a breakthrough technology that is around to stay and worth a spot in history as a game-changing innovation? Yes. But, with a footnote. Right next to it in the spotlight there should be a spot reserved for the unsung hero behind the process: the new breed of ERP. An agile ERP solution is what brings the printing technology into the reality of the manufacturing business and work flow. The ERP elevates the 3D printer from one-off experiment phase to a controlled, visible, measurable part of the manufacturing supply chain. The ERP defines, tracks and turns the printed object into inventory. Without today’s next generation agile ERP, the 3D printer cannot live up to its full potential. Today’s advanced ERP solutions deserve some of the credit for bringing 3D printing to its

current status: part of the total fully integrated manufacturing framework, from CAD design to collaboration with customers, to costing, specification compliance, inventory control and shipping. 3D printers and the ERP behind it are like ERP behind it are like a classic “brain and brawn” combo that gains strength from a symbiotic relationship. They depend on each other. As a growing number of manufacturers embrace 3D printing technology, the role of the ERP is becoming role of the ERP is becoming increasingly clear. As this technology becomes more mainstream, manufactures will feel forced to get on board. Without the proper IT infrastructure, though, the results will likely be disappointing. Therefore, smart manufacturer will take steps now to make sure their IT system is updated, upgraded and fully able to withstand the challenges of new technologies, such as real-time collaboration, CAD systems and product configuration management systems. Performance lifecycle management systems and advanced supply chain management systems may also be part of the right-fit IT infrastructure. It is a new era in manufacturing as technology breakthroughs are happening with remarkable speed. Having the right supporting infrastructure is the first step towards successfully taking advantage of 3D printing technology. 1. June 6, 2013 Travis Hessman | Industry Week

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Up-Acting, Amada NC9EX 3 Axis CNC Gauging System, Hyd Clamping, 1986, Stock#: 15520

10’ x 176 Ton, Hydraulic, Down Acting, 8 Axis CNC Gauges, Crowning, Hyd Clamping, 2001, #15326

CinCinnati Cl-6, 3000 Watt, CinCinnati PrOfOrm 135Pf-6, 8’ x 135 Ton, striPPit 1250-m, 33 Ton, 33 Station, 6’ x 12’ Travels, Flying Optics, Dual Pallet Shuttle Hydraulic, Down Acting, Cincinnati 2 Axis CNC Controls 3 1/2” Auto Index Stations, Hydraulic Clutch, Tables, Chiller, 1998, Stock #15313 & Back Gauges, Safety Light Curtains, 2007, #15643 Fanuc 04PC, 1994, Stock#: 15564

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CinCinnati Cl-6, 2000 Watt, 5’ x 10’ Travels, Flying Optics, Dual Pallet Shuttle Tables, Chiller, 2004, Stock#: 15633

CinCinnati 90CB-ii x 6, 8’ x 90 Ton, Hydraulic, Down Acting, Cincinnati 2 Axis CNC Controls & Back Gauges, Safety Light Curtains, 1998, Stock#: 15629

Prima PlatinO 3015, 4000 Watt, 5’ x 10’ Travels, Dual Pallet Tables, Flying Optic, 20L PC Based CNC Controls, 2003, #15655

HurCO/Beyeler, PRDC-150-3100, 10’ X 165 Ton, Hydraulic, Down Acting, 2 Axis Ram Control, X & R Axis Back Gauges, 2000, #15460

amada virPOs358 king, 33 Ton, 58 Sta-

gasParini PBs-105-3000,

amada Pulsar 2418 xl,

Blm, LT712D, 2500 Watt, 6” Diameter

tion Thick, 4 1/2” Auto Index Stations, Hi Speed Hydraulic Ram, Brush Table, Fanuc 04PC Control, 1997, #15642

10’ x 115 Ton, Hydraulic, Down Acting, Delam DA65 CNC Controls, CNC Crowning, 2001, #15453

2000 Watt, 72” x 99” Table Travel, Hybrid Design, Fanuc 16LA 32 Bit CNC, 1996, Stock#: 15517

Round Capacity, 2006, #15667

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Charleston Annex Corporation Metalworking Machinery • plants • bought, sold & liquidated 301 Post Office Drive, Suite D • Indian Trail (Charlotte) NC 28079 Phone: 704-821-7370 • Fax: 704-821-7392 • email: markm@charlestonannex.com

FARREL MANUAL VERTICAL BORING MILL

HAAS VS3 3-AXIS CNC VERTICAL MACHINING CENTER

WILLEMIN-MACODEL CNC MULTI-PROCESS TURNING/MACHINING CENTER

MONARCH HEAVY DUTY CNC FLAT BED LATHE

HAAS HS-2RP 3-AXIS HI TORQUE CNC HORIZONTAL MACHINING CENTER

DAEWOO PUMA CNC TURNING CENTER

HAAS 4-AXIS EC-400 4AX CNC HORIZONTAL MACHINING CENTER

PINES NO. 3 HYDRAULIC ROTARY TUBE AND PIPE BENDER

Charleston annex wants to turn your surplus metalworking maChinery into Cash!!! one maChine or an entire plant! BORING MILLS ACCESSORIES, ROTARY TABLES FACING HEADS Titan 19.75” Continuous Feed Facing Head (744)

CNC HORIZONTAL BORING MILLS 6’ GRAY CNC Floor Type Horizontal Boring Mill, Allen Bradley 9/260 CNC Controls, 120” Vertical Travel, 240” Horizontal, Model 660FC (#1628) 8’ INGERSOLL Floor Type Horizontal Boring Mill, Model Infeeding Column, Pendant Controls, 5-Axis Digital Readout System (1629) 6’ GIDDINGS & LEWIS NC Floor Type Boring Mill, Model G60FX with 108” Vertical Travel, 288” Horizontal, (2) Rotabs, 2002 CNC Control (#1621) 5” GIDDINGS & LEWIS MC-50 CNC Table Type HBM (4th Axis), #50 Taper, X-Axis 48”, Y-Axis 60”, Z-Axis 36”, W-Axis 35”, Pallet Size (2) 36” x 36”, G&L 8000B CNC Control, Spindle Speeds 14-3000, 100 ATC, Shuttle Systems, Remanufactured 2000 (1747) 5” GIDDINGS & LEWIS MC-50 CNC Table Type HBM (4th Axis), #50 Taper, X-Axis 48”, Y-Axis 60”, Z-Axis 36”, W-Axis 35”, Pallet Size (2) 36” x 36”, Spindle Speeds 14-3000, G&L 8000B CNC Control, 100 ATC, Shuttle System, Remanufactured 1999 (1748) 6” GIDDINGS & LEWIS MC-60 CNC Table Type Horizontal Boring Mill, Spindle Diameter 6”, Taper in Spindle #50 ANSI, Built in Rotary Table, Giddings & Lewis 8000-C CNC Hand Held Pendant, CH-8 Davis Facing Head with Auto Coupling System, Single Point Treading, Chip Conveyor with Elevator, Inspect in Plant Under Power, sn:450-297-03 (1787)

HORIZONTAL BORING MILLS

4” GIDDINGS & LEWIS Manual Table Type Horizontal Boring Mill, Model 70ADP4-T, Table Size 36” x 74” (with (7) 13/16” Tee Slots & (3) ¾” Key Slots, Approx. 72” Table Travel, Approx. 60” Saddle Travel, 55” Head Vertical Travel, 28” Spindle Travel, Spindle Taper #50 with Power Draw Bolt, Main Motor 20 HP (1790)

vERTICAL BORING MILLS

FARREL Manual Vertical Boring Mill, Model 120” VBM-ADJ RAIL, 75HP DC Main Drive Motor, 120” Table Size, 90” Distance Under Rail, 82” Ram Stroke, 16 Speed Changes, 127” Maximum Swing, Full Pendant Controls (1768) KING Hi-Column Vertical Boring Mill, Table Main Drive Power 75 HP-DC Motor, Maximum Swing 56”, Table Size 52” 4-Jaw, Height Under Rail 72”, Variable Table Speeds 2.7-100 RPM, 7 Speed Changes, sn:20112 (1727)

CNC vERTICAL MACHINING CENTERS

(2) WILLEMIN-MACODEL CNC Multi-Process Turning/Machining Center, X-Axis 25”, Y-Axis 13”, Z-Axis 20”, Fanuc 16*MB CNC Control, Heinback 65 Collet Chuck (Main Spindle), Spreitzer 2-Jaw Chuck Vice Back Working 3’ x 8”, Tailstock, 66 Gal. Coolant System with Chiller, Chip Conveyor, Auto Control Lubrication System, Renishaw Probe, Machine Only Used On Plastic in Medical Shop , sn:120 (1739) HAAS VS3 3-Axis CNC Vertical Machining Center, Table Size 40” x 146”, X-Axis 150”, Y-Axis 50”, Z-Axis 50”, #50 Taper, 30 ATC , Like New Condition, mfg. 2008, sn:2052218 (1813)

CNC HORIZONTAL MACHINING CENTERS HAAS 4-Axis EC-400-4AX CNC Horizontal Machining Center, Dual Pallet Changer 15.75” x 15.75”, X-Axis 20”, Y-Axis 20”, Z-Axis 20”, #40 Taper, 8,000 RPM, 24 ATC, Full 4th Axis, Rigid Tapping, Excellent Condition, mfg.2005, sn:51673 (1816)

HAAS HS-2RP 3-Axis Hi Torque CNC Horizontal Machining Center (2 Pallets) Pallet Size 20” x 20”, X-Axis 38”, Y-Axis 35”, Z-Axis 30”, #40 Taper, 60 ATC, 30 HP, 10,000 RPM, B-Axis - 1 Degree, Excellent Condition, sn:51105 (1814)

CNC TuRNING CENTERS

MAZAK Powermaster N Universal 4000 CNC Flat Bed Lathe with Mazatrol Fusion 640T CNC Control, Tail Stock, Spindle Bore 4.6”, 34” Max Swing Over Bed X 162.5” CC, 24”-4 Jaw Chuck, Mfg. 2002, Very Good Condition, Under Power to be Inspected at Plant (1688) (REDUCED PRICE) DAEWOO PUMA CNC Turning Center with Sub Spindle, Model 2500LSY, Swing Over Bed 23.8”, 10” 3-Jaw Chuck Main/7” Sub Spindle Chuck, Full C & Y-Axis, Live Tooling, Fanuc 18i-TB, Excellent Condition, mfg. 2005, sn:P25L0361 (1815)

FLOOR PLATES

(18) 90” x 215” x 19” Cast Iron T-SLOTTED FLOOR PLATES, matched to bolt together (1630) (2) 121” x 193” x 13” T-SLOTTED FLOOR PLATES, Matched set (1631)

CNC PLATE PuNCHES

CONTROLLED AUTOMATION 175 Ton CNC Plate Punch, Model 2AT-175, 30” x 60” Max. Plate Size, 1 ½” Max. Material Thickness, Max. Hole Size 2 5/16”, Max. Angle Size 8” x 8” x 1-1/8”, mfg. 1996 (1801)

ANGLE BENDING ROLLS

HAEUSLER 6” x 6” x ¾” Horizontal Angle Bending Roll, Model HPR-330-H, 40 HP, 23 FPM Roller Speed, Mfg. 1998, sn:97-1785 (1672) CRAIG AND DONALD 5” X 5” X ¾” Angle Bending Roll, Model #4, Angle Bending Cap. (Leg Out) 6” x 6” x ½”, Main Motor (440 Volt) 15 HP, sn:8/50 (1799)

BENDERS

HAEUSLER 3-Roll Hydraulic Heavy Duty Section Bender, Model BB13.7/550, 29” Diameter of Top Roll, 26” Diameter of Bottom Roll, 550 Tons Bending Force of Top Roller, 200 Tons Force of Draw Gear Unit, Working Speed 13’ /Minute, Automatic Speed, Mfg. 1998, Very Good Condition. (1674)

TuBE BENDERS

PINES #3 Hydraulic Rotary Tube and Pipe Bender, Hydraulic Mandrel Extractor, Mandrel Lube, Right Hand Machine (clock wise rotation), Extended Base, 20 HP, Digital Dial-A-Bend Controls, Very Good Condition (1808)

ROTARY TABLES

WOTAN Motorized Infeeding Rotary Table, 67” x 60” Capacity with Control (1725) GIDDINGS & LEWIS 48” X 72” Hydrostatic Rotary Table, 25,000 Load Capacity, 6 T-Slots, Overall Height 15 ½”, M fg. 1998 (1720) 36” X 36” CINCINNATI GILBERT Air Lift Rotary Table, Overall Table Height 11.25”, 4 T-Slots, Width of Top T-Slots .75”, Width of Bottom T-Slot 1.5”, Depth of T-Slot 1.5”, Distance Between T-Slots 8.5”(1773)

LATHES

MONARCH Heavy Duty CNC Flat Bed Lathe, Model 40/25, 24” Chuck, Swing Over Bed 48”, Swing Over Cross Slide 33.5”, CC 168”, 4.12” Spindle Hole, New Motor 50 HP, 6 Position Indexable Turret, with Fagor 8055 CNC Pendant Control (2006 Retrofit), Extra Tooling, Chucks, Turrets, Steady Rests, Manual and Documentation, Very Good Condition, sn:50287 (1806) MONARCH Engine Lathe, Model 2013 x 102, Taper Attachment, Pan Bed, Coolant (#1660)

RADIAL ARM DRILLS YMZ 8’ x 19” (1110) Soraluce 6/12’ x 19” (1111)

PRESS BRAKES CINCINNATI 175 Ton CNC Hydraulic Press Brakes, Model 175 CBII x 12’, Mfg., 2001 (1646) (REDUCED PRICE) EXCLESIOR 6’ x 65 Ton Mechanical, 72” Overall (899)

ANGLE PuNCH LINE

FRANKLIN Angle Shear, 90 Ton, 6’ x 6’ x 5/8” (1582) CRITERION Tube Fabrication Work Cell with Compression Bend Station with Tooling to 2” x 4” x 5” Radius, Double-End Drill with Clamping and Punching/Piercing press, PLC CNC Control Mfg 2004 (1556)

CRANES

PFAUTER Vertical Gear Hobber, Model P1251, 50” Max. Workpiece Dia., Main Motor 20 HP, Axial and Radial Feed, Hob Speed 25-150 RPM, Universal Hob Head with Autoshift, Diff. Mechanism, Chip Conveyor, Change Gears and much more (1812)

CNC RAM EDM OMEGA 405-D, 9.8” x 5.9”y, 8.6”x, Mfg. 1996 (962)

PRESSES GREENERD 30 Ton, HP-30-38-30 Hydraulic C-Frame Press, Bed Area 17” x 22”, Throat Depth 11-1/2, Adj. Stroke Approx. 20” (1754) GREENERD 30 Ton, H-30-25LS, Hydraulic C-Frame, Bed Area 19” x 24”, Throat Depth 12 ½”, Adj. Stroke Approx. 20” (1755)

MECHANICAL PRESSES

VIRGINIA Crane, 1994 Mfg., 40,000 Lbs. Cap., Model DGSLGDM-402425, Single Leg Gantry Crane, 25’ Span, Pendant Control, sn:VC93-609 (1699)

L&J 100 TON Single Geared OBI, 9” stroke, A/C, A/B (916) NIAGARA 100 Ton OBI, 10” Stroke, AC&B (1199)

SANDERS

HYDRAuLIC PRESSES

CEMCO 36” Pass Thru Belt Sander, Variable Thickness, Wet Type Filter, 36” Belt Size, Single Head, Stainless Steel Doors, New Lower Drum (1732)

PACIFIC 400/500 Ton Hydraulic S.S. Press, 144” x 52” Bed, 27” Stroke, Programmable CNC Controls, Mfg. 1995 (1340)

WELDING

HOBART/PANDJIRIS Welding Manipulator & Vertical Seam Welder, 8’V x 8’H Arm Travels, Mfg. 1986 (1477) KOIKE ARONSON Plasma Burning Machiner, 8’ x 8’ x 43”, Beveling Head, Mfg. 1996 (1588) 24” WELDLINE AUTOMATION Longitudinal Seam Welder, Model RM24, sn:30320131 (1728)

MILLERS

WMW HECKERT Universal HD Milling Machine, Model FW400/S APUG, #50 Taper, Speeds to 1500, Power Feed Table Work Surface 18” x 71”, Equipped with Vertical Overarm with Universal Vertical Head, Remote Pendant Control (1750)

FOLDING MACHINES

JORNS CNC Hydraulic Folding Machine, Maxi-Line 150-so MB4000-10, 16 gauge, 32’ Forming Length, 6 Bend Cylinders (1611) JORNS CNC Hydraulic Folding Machine, Super Line 300-so-MB4000-12.2, 11 Gauge, 40’ Forming Length, 12 Stands (1612) JORNS CNC Hydraulic Folding Machine, Super-Line 300-so-MB4000-12.2, 16 Gauge, 32’ Forming Length, 6 Bend Cylinders (1613)

GEAR MACHINES

(2) NATIONAL Broach Red Ring Gear Shavers (1495-1496) NILES Model ZSTV-06 Gear Grinder, 31.49” Gear Dia. (1600) STAR Model 4HS Hob Shaper, 10’ Work Diameter (1606) HOFLER Gear Tester, Model HFR-2000, Mfg. 1981, Index Testing, Lead Testing, External Gears (1664) SCHIESS Vertical Gear Hobber, Model RF-35/40, Max. Workpiece dia. 170”, Axial and Helix Travels and Angles, Main Motor 32 HP, Change Gears and much more (1809) PFAUTER Vertical Gear Hobber, Model P3000B, 120” Max. Workpiece Dia., Main Motor 20 HP, Equipped with Universal Hob Head with Auto Hob Shift, Chip Conveyor, Change Gears, Differential Mechanism and much more (1810) SCHIESS Vertical Gear Hobber, Model RF30E, Max. Workpiece Dia. 128”, Main Motor 32 HP, Change Gears and much more (1811)

STRAIGHTENERS, FEEDERS, uNREELERS, STRIP WELDER AMERICAN Steel Line 20,000# x 24” x .250 Uncoiler & Straightener (1224) AMERICAN Steel Line 30,000# x 72” Motorized Coil Reel (1247) COOPER WEYMOUTH 5,000 lb x 12’ x .090” Cradle/Straightener (599) ROWE 30” x .065, 30” Wide (925)

CNC CREEP FEED/SuRFACE GRINDERS BROWN & SHARPE 1636 Hi Tech CNC Surface Grinder, 16” x 36” Electromagnetic Chuck, Mfg. 1991 (1053)

MISC. GRINDERS, TOOL & CuTTER GRINDERS GIDDINGS & LEWIS “Exactamatic” Drill Grinder, 1981 (1342) MAY 12 Drill Grinder, 1” Capacity (330) (4) GIDDINGS & LEWIS (Winslow) Drill, Pointers Mod. Winslowmatic HC & HC 101 (701, 702, 703, 705) ROYAL MASTER Centerless Grinder (1586)

DRILLS ARBOGA Geared Head Drill press on Slide, Model 250B (#1654) ARBOGA Geared Head Pedestal Drill, Model GL2508 (#1655)

PLASTIC BLOW MOLDER B&G PLASTICS 4-Mold Blow Molding Machine, 24” x 16.38” Platen w/40 Tons Clamp, Mfg. 2002 (1447)

PAINT SYSTEMS NORDSON Power Paint Booth NCH-2, (5) Auto (1347)

DEBuRRING 36” AEM Belt Grinder and Deburring Machine, Model OF2-M2-900, Width of Belt 36”, Height Under Belt 3/16” to 6” (adjustable), Feed Belt Motor ¾ HP, Deburr Brush Size 6”, Grinding Belt Motor 15HP, sn:WB6859 (1802)

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2000 WATT, AMADA PULSAR 2415A3NT, DUST COLLECTOR, CHILLER, MFG:2005, 25,211 HOUR Our stock number: 9775

27.5 Ton TRUMPF TC500R-1600, TRUM CC220, 65” X 121”,MFG: 1994 Our stock number: 9903

38.5 Ton, AMADA,FBD3512, NC9EXII 3-AXIS, 1996 Our stock number: 9905

90 T TON, CINCINNATI 90CBII6, CINCINNATI 2-AXIS,MFG:1999 Our stock number: 9906

AMADA MADA Quattro, 1000 Watt, Fanuc 160iL, Mfg:2002 Our stock number: 9830

20 Ton, TRUMPF, TRUMATIC TC3000L LASER PUNCH, 2 KW TRUAX 2000, MFG: 2007 Our stock number: 9851

88 TON, AMADA, HFE8025, OPERATEUR 7-AXIS, 2003 Our stock number: 9893

33 Ton, AMADA, VIPROS 357 QUEEN, FANUC O4PC & PHNC, 58STA., 2 A/I, MFG:1996 Our stock number: 9713

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GOTMACHINERY.COM ANNOUNCES THE SALE OF JOBFLEX’S MOBILE APP FOR THE MACHINE INDUSTRY THAT PROVIDES UNMATCHED MOBILE FLEXIBILITY JobFLEX Saves Time, Streamlines Operations, and Boosts Revenues with Cutting-Edge Mobile Technology That’s Simple and Easy to Use GotMachinery.com is now a licensed reseller of the JobFLEX™ premier application that provides Contractors with an agile new mobile technology designed specifically to create professional proposals anywhere. Simply upload your material/pricing list, logo and Terms and Conditions, motto and you are ready to go. You can take pictures onsite or import photos saved on the tablet to help sell your proposal on-the-spot. Use the picture of the equipment on the front of the proposal to give each quote a “personal touch”. If you are recommending repairs or inspecting a machine or tool include a photo of the defective device with descriptions of the issues found. Use stock photos of tools, devices and optional equipment to show and detail specific features that will be needed in the quote. The possibilities are endless whether you sell new equipment, retrofit equipment, maintenance or a reseller: if you write proposals JobFLEX is for you! Early adopters of JobFLEX™ have seen incredible returns after implementing their mobile application and online portal – JobFLEX can pay for itself within the first month and can add over 50% to your bottom line in the first year! JobFLEX™ cuts down time spent back in the office on scheduling, paperwork, and project coordination, higher closing rates due to on-the-spot quote generation, and a big surge in revenues as sales teams are able to generate more business with their newfound freedom from cumbersome paperwork. The Michigan software firm,

JobFLEX™, is owned and operated by a team of professionals with decades of experience in the contracting and industrial business. The digital application was born after years of seeing software companies failing to deliver simple, mobile solutions designed with contractors and their workflows in mind. JobFLEX™ is designed to focus on four key components to running a successful contracting business: • Flexibility: Generate proposals onsite to facilitate sales more quickly and efficiently without having to trek back to the office. • Simplicity: Create attractive and effective proposals and get customer signatures on the spot with no typing required. • Efficiency: Save yourself the time, money, and hassle with a paperless process that keeps job files at your fingertips. • Profitability: Stop wasting time in the office under piles of paperwork and start closing sales quickly. “Time is money in the sales and service world. Our priority is to help you reduce the time spent in dealing with paperwork so you can focus on serving your customers and closing more sales,” says Sam Flanery, President of JobFLEX™. “JobFLEX provides the simplicity and mobile capability to generate quotes in just minutes, get customer signatures on the spot, and upload all the data to a cloud director with one button. Boost the bottom line for our Business Today.” GotMachinery.com is excited to bring

this product to the industrial machine industry and we believe that it will save machinery estimators an enormous amount of time and effort. JobFLEX™ is compatible for all Android 4.0 devices (phones and tablets) and also includes a web-portal with customer management, scheduling, digital file storage, and data export features to keep the back office running as smoothly as the sales process. Use Promotions Code: Got-JobFlex for special pricing

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DESIGNED BY CONTRACTORS FOR CONTRACTORS Let’s face it. Software solutions for the contracting industry are a headache. Between proposal software, customer relationship management tools, and sales tracking features, there are enough options out there to make your head spin and none of them are truly designed with the contracting business in mind...until now. JobFLEX seamlessly unites flexible, cutting-edge, mobile technology with our easy-to-use tablet app including a convenient back-office web portal so your team can operate more quickly, efficiently, and effortlessly – no matter where they are.

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