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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 »

Why are they called Greasy Machines?

Transfer Press Machine Introduction The Waterbury Farrel is the reason for our company website name GreasyMachines.com Older machines were referred to as “greasy machines” because of the amount of lubricating oil used on the machines which splashed everywhere. These days, companies have retrofitted older presses with splash guarding and catch pans beneath the press to… Read More »

Postscript to our Blog of September 13, 2011

In September of last year, we announced that we had received a contract from a client to purchase and tool an eyelet transfer press to produce several parts sold to their customers in the cosmetics industry. We learned on Friday that this client had run, finished, shipped and invoiced their first 10,000 piece order.  The… Read More »