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Cylindrical Gear Machinery

Cylindrical gear machinery is the backbone of many gear manufacturing operations. Explore our high-quality, pre-owned cylindrical gear machinery below.

Gear Accessories and Tooling

Keep your gear production running smoothly with Gibb Machinery's extensive inventory of used gear accessories and tooling. From essential components like cutter heads and change gears to index plates and cams, we have everything you need to perfect your gear manufacturing process.

Bevel Gear Machinery

Gibb Machinery provides a comprehensive selection of pre-owned bevel gear machinery, including generators, grinders, lappers, and testers, to make sure your bevel gears run smoothly.



CNC Machining Centers

With their precision and versatility, CNC machining centers are the workhorses of modern manufacturing. We carry a wide range of vertical and horizontal machining centers to suit your specific production needs.


CNC Lathes

Need high-precision turning capabilities for your CNC projects? We provide vertical and horizontal CNC lathes for sale to handle your specific machining requirements.


Auto Production Machinery

The heart of any vehicle lies in its engine. Dive into our used machinery specifically designed for automotive and truck production. We have the tools you need to manufacture high-quality engine components.




Grinding machines are essential for achieving a precise finish on metal components. Explore our selection of pre-owned grinders, from cylindrical grinders to surface grinders.



Beyond our core machinery offerings, Gibb Machinery is your one-stop shop for a range of pre-owned equipment. This includes saws, presses, gun drills, and more.


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Quality Used CNC & Production
Machinery for Sale

Gibb Machinery offers a vast selection of carefully maintained used machinery for sale across various categories, including bevel gear machinery, automotive & truck production machinery, CNC machining centers, and so much more. Whether you’re searching for a specific brand or browsing by machine type, Gibb Machinery is your reliable source for pre-owned equipment.

Frequently Asked Questions

What Do I Look for When Buying a Used CNC Lathe

When buying a used CNC lathe, consider the following factors:

  • Condition: Inspect the machine thoroughly for any signs of wear, damage, or excessive usage.
  • Maintenance History: Inquire about the machine's maintenance history and any past repairs or modifications.
  • Brand and Model: Research the reputation and reliability of the CNC lathe brand and model.
  • Accuracy and Precision: Check the machine's accuracy and precision by examining sample parts.
  • Control System: Ensure that the CNC control system is up-to-date and compatible with your requirements.
  • Bed Length and Swing: Verify the bed length and swing size to accommodate your machining needs.
  • Tooling and Accessories: Check if the machine comes with essential tooling and accessories.
  • Seller's Reputation: Buy from a reputable seller or dealer with a track record of selling quality used machinery.

Gibbs Machinery has been selling used equipment for over 75 years. Since 1946, we have built lasting relationships with companies across the world. Supplying millions in manufacturing solutions, reliability, and delivery remain a cornerstone of our business, even as our inventory has evolved with manufacturing technologies. We count our long list of repeat customers as a testament to our quality product and customer service.

How Long Is the Life Expectancy of a CNC Lathe?

The life expectancy of a CNC lathe can vary based on several factors:

  • Brand and Quality: Well-known brands and higher-quality machines tend to have longer life expectancies.
  • Usage: Heavy-duty use or continuous operation may shorten the machine's life.
  • Maintenance: Regular and proper maintenance can extend the life of a CNC lathe.
  • Technology Advancements: Advancements in CNC technology may lead to obsolescence before mechanical failure.
  • Parts Availability: Availability of spare parts can impact the machine's serviceability over time.

On average, a well-maintained CNC lathe can last anywhere from 10 to 20 years or more, but this can vary significantly depending on the above factors.

How Much Does a Used CNC Lathe Machine Cost?

The cost of a used CNC lathe machine can vary widely depending on several factors, including:

  • Brand and Model: More reputable and advanced brands/models may have higher price tags.
  • Age and Condition: Older machines or those in poor condition may be more affordable.
  • Features and Specifications: Machines with advanced features and higher specifications may cost more.
  • Size and Capacity: Larger CNC lathes with higher capacity may be more expensive.
  • Included Accessories: Additional tooling and accessories can impact the overall cost.

As a rough estimate, used CNC lathes can range from a few thousand dollars for smaller, older models to several hundred thousand dollars for larger, high-end machines.

How Can I Browse For Used Machinery on Gibbs Machinery Company's Website?

To browse for used machinery, you have two options on the Buy Used Machinery page: You can either browse by Manufacturer or browse by Type. If you know the specific manufacturer you are interested in, you can select it from the list. Alternatively, you can choose the type of machinery you are looking for from the categories listed, such as Gear Machinery, CNC Machining Centers, Grinders, and more.

Can I Search For Specific Used Machinery Using the Search Bar on the Buy Used Machinery Page?

Yes, you can use the search bar on the Buy Used Machinery page to enter the Manufacturer, Model, or Description of the machinery you are looking for. This will help you find specific items or equipment that match your search criteria.

Buy Used Machinery Through Gibbs

Ready to ramp up your production or take your workshop to the next level? Gibb Machinery offers an extensive selection of used machinery, from CNC machinery, gear equipment, production machinery, grinders, lathes, and much more. Whether you require a specific brand or are browsing by machine type, our inspection and reconditioning processes guarantee you receive high-quality equipment at a fraction of the cost of new. Contact Gibb Machinery today to learn more about our machine shop.