How do I sell my used milling machine with Revelation Machinery?
Fill out the form, or call/text us at 618-323-3920
How It Works
Below is the information needed to begin the selling process. Feel free to reach out to us with any questions about the below requirements.
We must make an initial assessment of the machine. We need the following information to be able to give you the best quote possible.
Contact us for the exact requirements of the used milling machine you wish to sell.
We will need photographs taken of the machine. We may request specific angles or components to show customers exactly what they are potentially purchasing. There are some components of machines that are prone to wear, so these should be included. Taking high-quality photographs initially will be very helpful in moving the process along. Visit our Help Center to learn more about used milling machine photo guidelines.
We need to know what your floor requirements are. Can you keep this machine on your floor until it is sold? Or do you need the machine off the floor immediately? It is very expensive to move machines, so we can save you a lot of money if we keep the machine with you until we can find a buyer who will move the machine themselves. There is also the option of consignment arrangements.
Milling machines are used for cutting, contouring, reaming, threading, planning, drilling, turning, grinding and die sinking. They can cut into various materials but are mainly used for cutting metal. The process of milling uses a rotary cutter to remove the material in place. There are two main classes of the mill process. There is peripheral milling and face milling. Peripheral milling is when the cutting is done along the circumference of the actual cutter. It is primarily used when cutting deep slots and gear teeth. Face milling is when the cutting is primarily at the corners of the milling cutter. It is primarily used to cut flat surfaces into the material. You will find our milling machines under the CNC machine category.
Below is a list of the milling machines we are interested in (keep in mind if your machine is not listed, we may still be interested, just contact us to check):
Boring Mills (Vertical and Horizontal)
CNC Manual Mills