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    Default Machine Shop Partner or Buyer Needed

    Hello Machinists,

    Iím looking the right machinists to partner with or a buyer for my cnc machine shop.

    I have 3 cnc Lathes, 3 cnc mills, one press brake, one turret punch press, 3100 sq feet shop. The shop is ready to pump out parts, currently donít have work. Iím in Gardena, California.

    Let talk business, if anyone interested.

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    You need to provide a lot more details on your machinery. That could be old clapped out equipment barely worth scrap price or large new top of the line machines worth north of a million dollars.

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    I might be interested in buying your equipment. But need some more information.
    What kind of machines do you have?
    Are they fully tooled or just basic machines?
    Pictures? Etc..etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by McClure Machine View Post
    I might be interested in buying your equipment. But need some more information.
    What kind of machines do you have?
    Are they fully tooled or just basic machines?
    Pictures? Etc..etc.
    You are in AZ. Want to buy a machine shop? LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by wheelieking71 View Post
    You are in AZ. Want to buy a machine shop? LOL
    What a bummer man. I don't know if you are joking, or half joking, but I have followed your thread and I guess the pain is real either way.

    On a side note, I am baffled with my current work experience. We make our own product so there is that. But we make a shit ton of it, and I don't know how much is sold week to week... It seems we always have stock of something or another, I just don't get it... I don't know, maybe the owner is bleeding red waiting on future orders??

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    Iím still waiting for the right machinists.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mitusa View Post
    I’m still waiting for the right machinists.
    If you don't have any work, why are you looking for machinists ?

    Just wondering ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mitusa View Post
    I’m still waiting for the right machinists.

    We're still waiting on a bit more detail.

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    Who buys a bunch of machine tools with no work lined up? oppps me for one. Although I am my own best customer. Auto electric business can sure use machine tools. Tim


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