Cincinnati shears are some of the best performing in their industry. Since the late 1890’s when first formed as Cincinnati Shaper Company, they have been providing quality equipment and raising the industry standard. HGR Industrial Surplus is proud to stock used Cincinnati shears and other products providing you great machinery at lower prices. Currently HGR has more than 50 Cincinnati products including grinders, press brakes, lathes, and more. You can view all HGR has to offer from Cincinnati here. Below we will look at some these items closer.
Hydraulic shears come in many sizes, and you can bet HGR has more than a few. If you are interested in one, you can see all of the shears available here. This machine is a common tool in factories that do metal fabrication. One benefit to a hydraulic press over a mechanical one, is the size. The smaller machine can apply the same pressure while saving valuable space in your factory. Used shears are a very popular item at HGR and they go fast, so act now if you seen you are interested in.
Press brakes are another popular item at HGR and they have a few from Cincinnati but many more from a variety of makers. You can see the sub category HGR has for press brakes here. If your business is centered around sheet metal, you can most likely benefit from taking a peek at what there is in stock. HGR has a tolling section that may feature some punches or dies to add to your equipment, for fractions of the cost of buying new.
Lathes have a wide variety of uses like shaping wood, metal, or other material using a rotating drive that turns the peice against cutting tools. HGR is one of the top suppliers of used lathes and you can see the collection currently in stock here. There are almost 100 used lathes currently in stock with a handful of them being manufactured by Cincinnati. HGR has been in the business of buying and selling used industrial machinery and surplus supplies for more than 20 years. You can find hard to find machinery from smaller manufacturers, to major makes and models for less than purchasing new equipment. Make sure you check back often because the inventory changes hourly. Wit hundreds of new arrivals daily, you never know what you will find next.
Mori Seiki manufactures and sells machine tools and machinery. It is based out of Makamura-ku, Nagoya, Japan. The company was formed in 1948 and has grown into one of the largest machine tool builders. In 2009 Mori Seiki partnered Sith Deckel-Maho-Glidemeister and have recently reported that they look to buy out their German partner. What are some of the things HGR stocks from Mori Seiki? Use this link to take you to our manufacturer search option.
Mori Seiki has a large catalog of items they manufacture. Turning and Milling machines are only the tip of the iceberg. They also boast a strong line of additive manufacturing products. Throughout the company’s existence, they have created over 200 models of CNC lathes and machining centers and have 29 subsidiaries and 6 associated companies. This growth has led them to be one of the more trusted and reliable brands for your machinery.
HGR frequently inventories used Mori Seiki items and currently has more than 20 pieces of used machinery from this maker available here. Most of these items are used CNC lathes but there is a Horizontal Machining Center currently in stock. If you need parts for your machine, there are a few motherboards available in case that is something you need. More boards and other electronic components can be found in our Electronics category.
HGR is your number one source for used machinery and surplus supplies. Browse through our massive inventory online of 19 thousand items or more. You can strap on your walking shoes and come to our 12-acre showroom in Euclid, Ohio f you are able to. Walk up and down 14 aisles of machinery large and small from all makers and manufacturers. It is something you must see for yourself to believe. We also receive hundreds of new items daily, so keep checking back to see if that hard to find or vintage machine becomes available.
Komatsu America manufactures a wide variety of machinery, mining equipment, forestry equipment, forklifts and more. HGR Industrial Surplus has a few different Komatsu Items in stock currently if you are interested in this brand. You will find a Komatsu Press or a forklift in used condition at HGR. There will most likely won’t be any mining or forestry equipment. Komatsu’s website may be the best source for those items. Otherwise, we want to look at the history of the Komatsu brand in case you may not be familiar with them.
Komatsu began marketing in America in the 1960’s and is named after the city Komatsu. The English translation of the city’s name is “little pine tree”. A legend said an emperor planted a sapling in that region that grew into a forest. The legendary story dates back to the Heian period (794-1192). Some of the lines of products they produce are the intelligent machine control, hydraulic excavators, crawlers dozers, and more. The company itself began in 1917 and has now grown into the world’s second largest producer of construction equipment, according to Komatsu’s website.
The main item you will find at HGR from Komatsu is their line of presses, including a CNC press. The range and size go from 2,000 pounds to a 200 ton capacity so make sure you browse through them because you never know what you will find at HGR. HGR get sin hundreds of new arrivals daily, so keep checking back if you can’t find what you are looking for. If you are looking for a press, and didn’t find one from Komatsu, we have a few more in stock for you to look through from various manufacturers.
HGR also has auctions frequently that feature high quality equipment for less. Used machinery auctions are posted on HGR’s homepage as they are announced and shared in the sales email that is sent out regularly. You can sign up online by creating an HGR account and checking yes to our email.
Used motors for all of your industrial needs can be found within the 12 acres of HGR Industrial Surplus in Euclid, Ohio. This is one of the more robust categories at HGR featuring over 1,300 items on any given day. The category is split into two sub categories to help break down the search results. We will take a look at each of the sub categories in the paragraphs below. The sub categories are motors and gears drives.
Motors is the first sub category we will view. This is where you will find all of your used motors in various makes and models. You can browse through all of them or you can search by the name of the manufacturer using the option on the left side bar or you can type in some keyword info at the top search bar. Servo motor is one example of some keyword info that you can inout into the search bar to help narrow down your searches. There are a lot of different makes and models of used motors, so it would be hard to go through the list of everything HGR has in stock. Some of the more popular brands are Lincoln, General Electric, Reliance, and Fanuc to name a few. You can search by those brands by using the manufacturer filter mentioned previously, or by typing it into the search bar. The majority of the used motors will have their horse power listed in the capacity section for faster location. This category constantly has new arrivals so check back frequently to see what just came in.
Gear Drives is the other sub category listed in the used motors category. Here is where you will find all of the used gear drives sorted in the same fashion as the motors were. You will find brands like Master, Kuenie, Sumitomo, and many other popular machine makers. Most of the gear drives have their horse power also listed in the capacity section.
In either sub category you can search for products with a few different modifiers on by using the filters to the left in the sidebar. These include new arrivals, which are the newest items to come into HGR in the last two weeks. One of the other options is the Markdowns section. This will include items that are marked down from their original listed according to a times schedule. Last is our Last Chance Closeouts. This will be all of the items that are about to be out of the inventory and no longer available at HGR Industrial Surplus. These are the items that have the lowest price and may be negotiable before they are gone. This section is a great one to find great deals on hard to find items. HGR typically has more than 20 thousand items in stock so many will fall through the cracks and not be seen due to such a high volume. This means bargain hunters are more than able to grab some high ticket items at rock-bottom prices.
Used welders for sale by brands like Lincoln and Miller are at HGR Industrial Surplus and more are arriving daily. Arc welders, spot welders, and more fill the 12 acres of industrial surplus in Euclid, Ohio. If you haven’t been to the warehouse or can’t make it in, the HGR homepage is you number one source for used machinery and industrial surplus supplies. Used welders for sale aren’t the reason to browse our welding category. Welding curtains, current controls, and wire are also available at lower costs than buying a new welder or welding supplies. Be sure to see what all we have. Here is a little more about the types of welders in our sub categories.
Spot welders use a process called resistance welding. This process uses heat from an electrical current, and by applying pressure. Typically this process is used weld two or more pieces of sheet metal together. One of the major benefits to spot welding, is the ability to send a large amount of energy to a small spot in a short time. This lets the particular weld reach high temperatures without causing the heat to travel across the whole piece of metal. The resistance between electrodes and the magnitude of the duration of the current determine the amount of heat delivered.
Arc welders also use electricity to create heat, and this heat is used to melt the metal and when it cools, the metal binds to each other. There is an arc between the welding stick and the base material at the point of contact which causes that reaction. The weld area is typically protected by some sort of shielding gas, vapor, or slag. Arc welding was developed in the 19th century and was a pivotal part of ship building during the Second World War.
Seam welders are used to make gaseous or liquid joints for applications in sheet metal. This welder also uses a roller instead of using a stick. This method is mainly used on a variety of metals in pipes including its use on auto mufflers. HGR has all of these types of used welders in stock and ready to go. Look through the website and see for yourself. Mae sure you check back often. New arrivals are coming in daily.