by Gary Finley
Another advantage of switching to a saw would be a quicker lead time to secure a replacement and to get the operation back up and functioning. It is often difficult to locate a new Automatic Bar Machine and re-manufactured Bar Machines can sometimes take months to repair not to mention shipping back and forth to the rebuild facility. The rebuild cost of these machines runs about the same cost, for example as a new Amada Saw which could perform the same number of cuts per hour as the Automatic Bar Machine did. It can also be challenging to find used Automatic Bar Machines that are in production-ready condition, as they usually require some type of repair or the need for overhauling. In some cases, the saw would be considered like kind and quality because it offers the same functionality as the former operation.
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