Many times I have had the conversation about how to get started in cable manufacture or get a new extrusion line up quickly. Invariably two questions come up:
- How quick can I be in production and what equipment do I need? That quickly is followed by
- How much will it cost and how can I get it quicker?
So as a result we are soon discussing used vs. new process equipment.
In this article, I share about new equipment, used or refurbished equipment, my perspective over the years, tips and my bottom line.
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