Mhile many of our jobs involve relocating multiple machines, we are just as careful when moving a single machine. Here is a vertical mill very commonly found in garage style shops or small family businesses, and we take these moves just as seriously as a move involving twenty machines. Call us when you’re ready to purchase that lathe or specialty press you’ve always dreamed of. We will make sure it lands in just the right spot, ready for you to get to work.
One of the specialties of Robert Meyers Studios, founded in 1977, is high quality large format prints, so they were excited to receive their new Colex Sharp-cut 5′ x 10′ Flatbed Cutter. It was coming in on a box van from New Jersey, but they weren’t able to offload it and place it in their facility. Never fear: we were there when it arrived, pulled it out of the van, and placed in position, ready for them to cut to their heart’s content!
Thanks for the oppurtunity, Bob.
It’s not often that we get a call asking us to move a tree, but that’s just what Victor of Finishing Concepts Inc. in Sun Valley needed. He explained that it was a metal sculpture they had constructed to be a part of a rapid transit project in San Bernardino. We showed up two days later, loaded the structure onto our trusty flatbed, and moved it out to its new location. We know that it will grow on all the commuters in the Inland Empire !
A fter a lazy summer, students are back to school hitting the books. We here at California Machinery Movers skipped a summer vacation and instead were enrolled in several summer courses, and you can see our grades !
After purchasing this Sakurai 2 color sheet fed press, our customer Jose Luis Sanchez Sanchez needed to ship it to South America, and that means putting it into a container for an ocean voyage. We were on hand to assure that the machine was prepped for the trip, then gently slipped this 20,000 pound unit into its overseas container, tied it and blocked it down, and sent it on its way. We have the yard, the facility, and the know-how to help you ship your cargo to its destination.
This classic photograph appears in the Smithsonian, and it shows a 1940′s 10,000 pound “Hoe” Machine. This machine is currently at Gemini Gel, an artists’ workshop and publisher of limited edition prints and sculptures. We look to this photograph for inspiration from time to time, and we thought we would share it with you. We machinery movers have been around a long time, you know!
Talk about a tight fit! We were able to place this 10,000 pound machine inside a residential garage using our Clarke Low-Mast 13,000 pound capacity forklift. Many of our customers have set up machine shops in their homes, and we have the equipment and the know-how to place your machines so you can get to work!
In a secure facility at Edwards Air Force Base, we were on hand to move various machines for a military contractor.It was a pleasure to do work for our U.S. Government on such a beautiful day!