CNC Machines

111 Central Park Place
Suite 103
Sanford,  FL  32771-6633

United States
  • Booth: 734

CNC Machines is the premier marketplace to sell you're used or new equipment, from CNC Mill to CNC Lathe and fabrication machines. you deal directly with the seller and you don't pay a cent until you sell your machine. As featured on Modern Machine Shop, Forbes and others we aim to save manufacturers time and money by removing the middle man and letting you deal direct. Our CNC experts will help with marketing, maximizing your return on investment and help you with logistics in shipping.

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 Press Releases

  • Sanford, FL - - - When manufacturers, suppliers, distributors and equipment builders across North America converge at SOUTHTEC this fall, they will be able to get on-the-spot help in selling their CNC machines at one exhibitor’s booth (#734). CNC Machines will provide complimentary equipment estimates, a listing on their website, and even, for some, on the spot cash offers for their equipment.

    “We’ve been in the manufacturing industry for 15 years and understand the unique challenges that small- to mid-sized organizations can face. We want to simplify the buy/sell process for CNC machines for them,” said Curt Doherty, CEO of CNC Machines.By giving free valuations at SOUTHTEC, attendees will know how much they can invest in new machinery after selling the equipment they have outgrown.”

    With it's beta version released in early June 2019, CNC Machines also known as is a used CNC machine marketplace made to bring transparency to the used machinery market. Buyers can chat directly with sellers, make offers and get expert help from negotiations to logistics. Sellers can list their machine for free, know how much their machine is worth with our CNC machine price guide and only pay if they get an offer they approve. As of their test launch, they are already carrying more than 300 used machines to meet the needs of small to mid-sized manufacturers.

    SOUTHTEC is the Southeast’s “must-attend” trade show for manufacturers, which will be held this year from October 22 through October 24 at the Greenville Convention Center in Greenville, South Carolina. It draws more than 6000 attendees each year and hundreds of exhibitors.

    “Getting together with our counterparts from the various sectors of the manufacturing arena to find out about the latest technologies and services in the business is always something we look forward to. And as a Florida-based company, SOUTHTEC is ab great start to our new marketplace,” said Doherty. “We also think the event provides lots of great opportunities to talk with our colleagues one-on-one about ways we can collaborate to address challenges we face as an industry - including things like the gap in manufacturing skills.”

    “We’d like to invite machinists and manufacturers attending to stop by booth #734 to let us help them with equipment planning or just to say “hello,” he added.

    For more information about SOUTHTEC and a map of the exhibitor showroom floor, go to For more information about CNC Machines, go to

  • For immediate release:

    Aug 14th 2019

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    Jonathan Alonso, Marketing Director,


    CNC Machines Included to Inc. 5000 List of Fast-Growing Innovators:

    Unique Manufacturing Business Focuses on Ingenuity and Supporting Longevity of Industry


    Sanford, FL - - - This week, CNC Machines was featured among Inc. 5000’s list of 2019’s fastest-growing American companies. Founded in 2014, CNC Machines is a used CNC machine dealer, (but not your typical dealer ) carrying more than 357 machines and top brands to meet the needs of small, mid-sized and large American manufacturers. The company will be celebrated at the Inc. 5000 Conference and Awards Ceremony on Oct 12th, 2019.


    There is one metric for inclusion to the Inc. 5000 list: revenue growth over the three-year preceding period. CNC Machines has continually reinvented itself over the years to meet the changing needs of the manufacturing industry and recently launched a new interactive CNC machinery buy/sell platform that speeds and provides greater transparency in transactions and bigger cost-savings.


    Complete results of the Inc. 5000, including company profiles and an interactive database that can be sorted by industry, region, and other criteria, can be found at


    “The companies on this year’s Inc. 5000 have followed so many different paths to success,” says Inc. editor in chief James Ledbetter. “There’s no single course you can follow or investment you can take that will guarantee this kind of spectacular growth. But what they have in common is persistence and seizing opportunities.”


    CNC Machines upends the traditional transaction process by connecting used CNC machine buyers and sellers. Sellers can find out how much their machines are worth using CNC Machine’s price guide, list their machine at no cost, and message prospective buyers via chat. Sellers have no payment obligation unless they approve the buyer’s offer. Likewise, buyers can browse available machines, see upfront pricing, ask questions and make offers.


    An expert from CNC Machines is there to help at every step with negotiations, logistics, and any other customer requests. The platform already features hundreds of used CNC mills, CNC lathes, 3D printers, and Used fabrication equipment.


    In addition to its groundbreaking business model, CNC Machines has earned a reputation as an industry advocate. The company has introduced scholarships for veterans and students enrolled in manufacturing certificate or degree programs.


    For more information about CNC Machines, go to


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  • SANFORD, FL - - - As the manufacturing industry faces a future where its recent surge could be hampered by a lack of skilled workers and recent Trump tariff news, one Florida-based company is stepping up to help the cause. CNC Machines this week announced it is accepting applications for a $2500 scholarship for students pursuing a certification, certificate, associate degree or bachelor’s degree in a manufacturing-related area of study.

    CNC Machines - which was recently named to Inc. 5000’s list of 2019’s fastest-growing American companies - is a national used CNC machine marketplace that helps manufacturers buy and sell used CNC machines, such as CNC mills and CNC lathes. The company introduced the CNC Machines Manufacturing Scholarship program in 2018 and awarded its first round of scholarships earlier this year. The amount of the award has increased to from $2,000 to $2,500 since then.

    Over the past several years, the manufacturing sector has been on a growth track leading to the creation of more and more jobs. Yet according to a 2018 report from Deloitte, the lack of qualified talent could cause the U.S. to lose as much as $454 billion in GDP by 2028. In fact, that same research shows that in the United States, more than 500,000 manufacturing jobs are currently unfilled.

    “As American manufacturing continues its resurgence, the focus now needs to turn to aggressively addressing the looming and potentially devastating skills gap. CNC Machines is committed to doing its part and this scholarship, along with other programs we offer, is our way of stepping up to the plate to help the industry grow” said Curt Doherty, CEO.

    Curt was recently quoted on the impact of the Trump tariffs in a recent article on Fortune Magazine. “We remain headstrong on growing the US Manufacturing industry and we are doing what we can to influence the industry and motivate other manufacturing companies to do the same”…mentions Mr. Doherty

    To be eligible for the scholarship, applicants must submit a 1000-1300-word essay via CNC Machines’ online form about why they chose to pursue a career in manufacturing; what they think can be done to attract younger generations to the field; as well as include information on their skills, goals and future plans. Applications are due by January 17 and the winner will be announced on February 3.

    This is not the only skills gap-closing endeavor that CNC Machines has introduced. It has also awarded scholarships exclusively to veterans who want to follow the needed training and education to become machinists. The business is also a member of SME – a non-profit association of professionals, educators, and student committed to promoting and supporting the manufacturing industry. 

    For more information about the CNC Machines Manufacturing Scholarship and to apply, go to    

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