Developed and led by an expert team with more than 20 years' experience in the CNC machinery industry, Machine Tool Bids was launched to address the changing needs of manufacturing facilities.

We believe manufacturing is the foundation and future of countries all over the world, and manufacturers continue to require more equipment and options to meet increased production demands. Manufacturers are not only ready to bring in new equipment, they are also updating and replacing existing machinery. As needs vary by project and client base, Machine Tool Bids offers end users, ranging from global multi-facility manufacturers to local service machine shops to hobbyists, a full range of equipment options that won't break the bank.

While our online platform offers convenience and flexibility to machine tool buyers and sellers, at Machine Tool Bids, we know that a personalized approach can be critical when purchasing equipment with confidence. That's why you will be directly matched with a dedicated account manager for all equipment needs, whether buying machinery, selling machinery, or participating in one of our auctions.

By 2015, the growth of MachineToolBids.com required a more dynamic approach fueled by a new auction platform. Our redesigned and redeveloped website is an easy-to-use, one-stop resource for all of your machinery needs.

MachineToolBids.com offers a large inventory of equipment in a single, online resource, ranging from late model CNC metalworking and fabrication machinery to conventional machine tools and retrofits. Whether manufacturers are searching for used lathes, vertical and horizontal machining centers, milling machines, robots, waterjets, grinders, plasma cutting machines, laser cutting machines, turret punches or press brakes, Machine Tool Bids supplies end users with the right equipment and offers many options to fit different requirements and budgets.

As MachineToolBids.com continues to grow, we look forward to bringing high-quality used equipment to global end users across the world's foremost industries in manufacturing.