Apex Auctions is selling over 370 items of machinery and equipment surplus to the ongoing requirements of LHM Technologies.
Ontario-based LHM Technologies was founded in 1977. Initially established as a tool and die facility machining automotive parts, engine and transmission components, the firm evolved to specialise in high precision machining and assembly for the aerospace and defence sectors. LHM Technologies operates a 50,000 square foot facility with the capability to machine a range of alloys, castings and forgings including stainless steel, aluminium and titanium.
The auction opened on the 23rd of May and will close on the 12th of July. The assets are located in Vaughan, Ontario and can be viewed by appointment with the auctioneer only. Equipment available in the auction includes: Nicolas Correa FP-30/40, CNC bridge mill (1996), Gildemeister, CTX -400 S2 slant bed CNC lathe, Nakamura Tome SC-300, CNC lathe (1997), Okuma LB25C CNC lathe with tailstock (1990), SNK EXL-80 5 axis CNC lathe with milling (2000), Baty Shadowmaster R550 optical profile projector, Mitutoyo KN-815 coordinate measuring machine, DMG ultrasonic 20 linear 5 axis gantry vertical machining centre (2007), Starmari laser marking machine (1997), Favretto portal grinding machine MG-300 (1995), Mazak long boring bar loading system, T-Jaw model T-500 D vertical band saw (2002), Erowa multi robotic parts loader (2006), Ebbco filtration systems and more.
Based in Brighton, UK, Apex Auctions has over 15 years of asset management expertise connecting buyers and sellers of industrial assets across the world. The company conducts more than 200 online auctions each year, selling in excess of 30,000 items to buyers across 63 countries.
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