Die Cast Press has perfected the rebuilding & remanufacturing of used machines to ensure that the most use possible is squeezed out of your equipment. Remanufacture and update your existing machine – entire machine and components cleaned and stripped bare.
What’s the Difference Between Rebuilding and Remanufacturing?
Rebuilding a used machine entails disassembling the existing machine, inspecting all its parts and replacing those items that have worn beyond repair. The machine when DCP has finished rebuilding it is restored to the original OEM manufacturing specifications. This is the most economical choice available.
Remanufacturing a used machine involves replacing entire systems, usually about 80 to 85% of the machine. Upon remanufacturing from DCP, the machine is “Equal to New” with new machine technology which exceeds current OEM specifications. This usually costs around 60 to 65% the price of a new machine and is still an inexpensive alternative to purchasing a new machine.
Die Cast Machines
Plastic Injection Molding
Blow Molding Machines
Lead Battery Cable/Wheel Weight
Squeeze Casting Machines
and many more…