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What does “Old” mean anyway?

What does “Old” mean anyway when it comes to machinery? During a conversation with someone yesterday, something was said to me that I have heard countless times. “That is a very old machine.” In fact, I have even employed this tactic myself when purchasing used vehicles or lawn equipment for instance. However, I take issue… Read More »

Recession on hold

Nobel laureate and Yale University economist Robert Shiller thinks things are looking quite stable: Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/shiller-chart-shows-why-recession-is-years-away-2014-4?utm_source=alerts&nr_email_referer=1 Definitely worth the read. From Business Insider Rob Wile on Apr 8, 2014, 4:28 PM

RunReady Turn-Key projects

RunReady Turn-Key Projects  Are you buying a part that you think you could manufacture in house for less cost? Are you making a part in house but need added capacity? How about having quality problems with a purchased part? Check in with GreasyMachines with your part print, annual quantity and target cost.  We will find… Read More »

Buy it now

Now is the time to buy the machine you have always thought would give you the capability or capacity you need.  Stock markets have closed at all times highs.  Manufacturing sector is improving slowly but surely.  We at GreasyMachines have already matched the entire year of 2012.  Inventories of good used equipment are available. Remember… Read More »

Return of ‘third shift’ for automakers brings hope, economic ripple effect

Wed Feb 15, 2012 10:54 AM EST.By Jessica Hopper for NBCs Rock Center Anthony Pylant, an idled auto worker from Tennessee, was relieved and excited when he got a letter that a General Motors assembly plant in Flint, Mich., was adding a third shift. “You don’t know what you got until it’s gone and man,… Read More »