Surplus Machine Tools, Fabrication, Metalworking Equipment and Sheet Metal Machines

Surplus Machine Tools, Fabrication, Metalworking Equipment and Sheet Metal Machines for Sale

Cincinnati Industrial Auctioneers is selling surplus machine tools, sheet metal machines, fabrication, metalworking and welding equipment from Gaston County Dyeing Machine Company.

Gaston County Dyeing Machine Company was founded in 1921. The firm designs and manufactures wet processing machines and control systems – including piece dyeing machinery, package dyeing machinery, laboratory and sample machines and replacement parts – for use in the textile industry.

The webcast auction will take place on the 27th of September and features: 15′ Jetline Model SWC-3A seam welder, 13′ x 13′ Ransome 33IN track mount welding manipulator, (2) 40 ton Aronson WRD40 tank turning roll sets, (10) smaller motorized welding positioners, Ransome and Mark V tilting and rotating welding positioners, (20) Acorn style welding tables, Lincoln G8000 gas welder, (20) Miller G8000 gas welders, 400 ton approx. Pacific straightside hydraulic press, press brake dies including 12′ 4-Way Die, 400 ton x 12′ Chicago 400-F12 hydraulic press brake, 1/4″ x 10′ Summit hydraulic power squaring shear, (3) Bertsch mechanical plate rolls, Kling and Sesco vertical angle bending rolls, 48″ and 36″ Quickwork circle shear and knuckle flangers and dies, forklifts, toolroom machinery, large quantity welding supplies, large capacity inspection tools, raw materials and more.

The assets are located in Mount Holly, North Carolina and can be inspected the day before the auction or by appointment.

Cincinnati Industrial Auctioneers was founded in 1961. The firm provides asset disposition, appraisal and auction services to a broad client base – from Fortune 500 companies to small businesses – across North America. The firm conducts around 60 auctions every year across a range of industry sectors.

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