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Used CNC Machines & Equipment For Sale

You can spend a lot of time looking to buy used CNC equipment and machinery, but you'll have a hard time beating the combination of price, quality, and selection offered by R.R.I.C. At our large warehouse facility located outside of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, which has been in operation for 18 years, we offer a wide assortment of CNC lathes in Pennsylvania, as well as CNC machining centers and other CNC used machines. You'll find reliable CNC used machines for manufacturing processes such as screw machine production, assembly, grinding, injection molding and many others.

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MIYANO, MODEL GN3200W 2/3, 2020
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Item No: 2383

STAR SR20J, TYPE N, 2013
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Item No: 2385

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Item No: 2432

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Item No: 2433

(3) NUMURA, MODEL NN32BY2, 2018
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Item No: 2437

STAR, MODEL SR32, 2005
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Item No: 2450


More Than 35 Years of Manufacturing Industry Experience

An important reason why you can buy a CNC lathe or any other piece of equipment from R.R.I.C. with complete confidence is our more than 35 years of experience in a variety of areas, including manufacturing, general machining, quality control, set-up and turnkey operations (single and multi-spindle machines), grinding, consulting and rebuilding.

Over the years, we've had the privilege of serving a wide range of industries, such as automotive, hardware suppliers, job shops, plumbing, heating, aeronautical, and many others throughout Pennsylvania, across the USA and all around the world. Our firsthand experience is what separates us from our competitors, many of whom can offer no more than a superficial knowledge of the critical manufacturing processes that are essential to the success of your business. The R.R.I.C. team of professionals is eager to pass on their knowledge and experience to help you purchase the right equipment at the right price.

We Strive to Attain Maximum Customer Satisfaction

Another key reason why buying used CNC equipment from R.R.I.C. is a wise decision is our commitment to serving our customers. We offer comprehensive technical support to help you troubleshoot problems that can occur during the manufacturing process. We are also continuously seeking to develop methods to improve tool life and reduce machine downtime, which helps you increase productivity while giving a boost to the all-important bottom line. Our strong customer focus is a primary reason why we've been able to build and maintain a solid base of loyal customers, even during the most difficult economic times.


Other Key Services We Offer

R.R.I.C. also offers an assortment of consulting services that can help you improve your production process, aiding you in your quest to achieve your company's production goals. These include time studies, tooling layouts, and equipment recommendations. We can also perform these services for other dealers while serving in a co-broker capacity. In fact, dealers frequently send us their prints and ask us to provide our expertise.


About CNC Machining

CNC machining — the shortened term for computer numerical control machining — is vital to modern manufacturing. When you need CNC equipment, partner with a supplier that understands the different machine varieties and how they work across applications.

What Is a CNC Machine?

CNC machining is a manufacturing process driven by computer software. Because the software dictates how CNC machining tools operate, live operators do not need to guide the equipment commands as they would in traditional manufacturing applications. Any machine that follows this process is a CNC machine.


The CNC Machining Process

CNC machining makes it easier to accomplish three-dimensional cutting and shaping tasks by automating them with one set of prompts. Here's how the process works:

  • Programmers write and edit code for computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) software that will control the machine.
  • When the system activates, the software commands the CNC machining tools to carry out the specified tasks.
  • CNC machinists oversee the machine's feed and speed, and they align and adjust cutting tools and workpieces as needed.

CNC machines benefit manufacturers because they allow faster production with less waste and minimal risk of human error.


Different Types of CNC Machines

R.R.I.C. Associates is your source for many different types of CNC machines to meet any manufacturing need. Some of the most common varieties of CNC machines include:

  • Milling machines: CNC mills use computer controls to move a spindle across various distances to cut through a range of materials.
  • Lathes: This machine cuts with precision as workpieces rotate in a circular direction.
  • Routers: These routers utilize computer numerical control to cut through materials such as wood, steel, aluminum, foam, plastic and composites.
  • Plasma cutters: This type of machine combines electrical arcs and compressed air to create a plasma torch that cuts through material.
  • Electric discharge machines: These machines use electrical sparks to mold workpieces into the desired shapes.
  • Laser cutters: These machines work similarly to plasma cutters but use a laser rather than a plasma torch.
  • Water jet cutters: This type of machine uses high-pressure water, sometimes mixed with an abrasive, to cut and shape hard materials.

CNC systems can also take the form of non-machine tools, such as welding and electronic assembly equipment.


Check out All Our Used CNC Machines for Sale in Pennsylvania

We've made the process of finding all types of used CNC equipment, including the best used lathe machines for sale in Pennsylvania, as easy as possible by listing all our CNC used machines for sale right here on our website. You'll find loads of useful information to assist you in the buying process, including product specifications, pricing, and photos when available. If you are looking to buy used CNC machines, please feel free to browse through our inventory, or you can also contact us directly for personal assistance.

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