When it’s time to replace a machine in your production line, you must consider every feature and production level of the machines available. What will this machine have over the others? What will that machine provide that will boost my production line? Why should I buy from this company and not that company? These are all important considerations.
Before you commit to buying a new CNC machine, here’s 3 reasons why you should consider a reseller like ASI Machine Tools.
1. We Have a Large Stock of Used CNC Machine Makes and Models
ASI boasts a large inventory of used machines in our warehouse that grows more by the week. Whether you’re looking to buy a used machine, recondition your machine, or sell your machine, ASI Machine Tools is your one-stop shop. We are more than a warehouse and machine tool reseller, our team at ASI is dedicated to truly recondition all of the machines we have in house. While we may sell “used” machines, they function at optimal capacity. If you have any questions about our reconditioning process, take a look here, or contact us and one of our representatives will give you all of the information you need to make sure that you are confident in your investment.
Used Machine Types for Sale at ASI:
2. We Pride Ourselves on Our Customer Service
The best way to get the machine you need is to be as straightforward as possible. If you are looking for a specific functionality, you deserve to work with a person who knows what they’re talking about and won’t sell you something just because it’s “close enough.” At ASI, we train all of our sales representatives on every aspect of the machines we acquire and sell.
When you buy a machine from us, our team will walk you through how our process works, answer questions about paperwork and product specifications, and do everything in their power to ensure you have peace of mind. Our number one goal is to provide thorough, well-researched answers, and continuous support throughout the quoting and purchasing experience.
3. We Recondition Machines to Optimal Functionality
When a company reconditions machines—and doesn’t sell them as-is for the sake of making a quick sale—they focus on the overall functionality of the machine, taking the necessary time and effort to improve the lifecycle of the machine and not just replacing parts here and there. Reconditioning should be more about the way the pieces communicate—sometimes adding several years to the lifespan of the machine.
At ASI Machine Tool, we do everything we can to get our used machines back to their highest possible working capacity to ensure your company’s productivity as well as your future machine’s lifespan.
When your seller reconditions your potential CNC machine that means they have the technical skills and the mechanical knowledge to be sure that every possible problem a used CNC machine has faced in its lifecycle has been remedied completely. Just because you’re looking to buy a used machine shouldn’t mean that you need to buy something that isn’t the highest possible quality.
When You Buy or Sell with ASI Machine Tools You Partner with Experience
Since founded in 1996, ASI Machine Tool has been more than just a used machinery dealer—we do our research.
Over the last 20 years, we have trained our incoming service department technicians on proper turnkey solutions, tooling, and programming, and keep our sales team in the know about the tricks of the trade to be sure you feel absolutely certain that the machines you buy from us are exactly what you need, in the best condition and at a price that can’t be beat.
Our team acquires the best machines available, and reconditions those that aren’t in the proper working order. Our technical team assesses every aspect of each machine brought in to the warehouse to ensure that they meet our standards and exceed your expectations.
We look for potential in the machines we buy, not just what will sell fast. That’s how we’ve become the region’s largest stocking dealer of used CNC machines, and why we’re rapidly expanding to become one of the world’s premier used CNC parts suppliers.
Looking for a better CNC machine? Contact us today!