Founded in 1961, Cincinnati Industrial Auctioneers provides asset disposition, appraisal and auction services to clients across North America. The firm conducts around 60 auctions every year on behalf of Fortune 500 companies, small businesses, lending institutions and government agencies. This August Cincinnati Industrial Auctioneers will sell a huge range of metal fabrication equipment – including lasers, press brakes, presses and welding equipment – formerly of Southeastern Metal Products.
Metal fabrication firm Southeastern Metal Products was established in 1952 and acquired to become a Juno Investments LLC portfolio company in 2006. Their services include laser cutting, machining, stamping and forming, welding, tool design, fabrication, finishing and assembly.
The two-day webcast auction will take place on the 12th and 13th of August. The assets are located in Charlotte, North Carolina and can be viewed the day before the auction. Lots include: Lasers including: 3,300 watt Komatsu NTC five-axis CNC laser (2012); 5,000 watt Trumpf CNC fiber optic laser (2012). Press brakes by Cincinnati, Accurpress, Amada and Trumpf. Presses including:300 ton Clearing Niagara SSDC press; 200ton Seyi gap frame press with servo feed line; OBI presses up to 200 ton by Bliss, Southbend and Danly. Welding equipment including: Preform arc robotic welding cell with Panasonic six-axis robotic welder (2013); Tig and Mig welders by Miller and Lincoln. CNC and toolroom equipment including: Haas CNC turning center with bar feed (2006); Haas Model VF6 CNC vertical machining center; Okamoto ACC-12.24ST surface grinder. Inspection and support equipment including: 6′ Faro Edge portable CMM arms (2016); Gorbel free standing crane systems and much more.