Industrial Machinery and Capital Equipment

Browse our new wood, aluminum, composites, and plastics industrial machinery and capital equipment for sale.

Or contact us to talk about your machinery needs.


We Work With The Following Industries

  • Aerospace
  • Marine
  • Military
  • Medical
  • Transportation
  • Office Furniture
  • Recreational Vehicles
  • Plastics
  • Exhibits
  • Food Processing
  • 3D Printing


Scarlett Inc. Service Area

Scarlett Machinery specializes in the sale of new and used industrial woodworking machinery to Grand Rapids, Detroit as well as most of Michigan, Ohio, and Indiana.

Industrial Machinery By Type

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CNC Routers

With any business, investing in the latest technology is a requirement to stay on top and compete effectively and efficiently. CNC routers save time and provide maximum flexibility for your wood production needs. We represent only the finest engineered CNC products to ensure our customers have the highest performing machines in the industry. These machines are versatile, heavy-duty, and produce superior parts and outstanding finishes at the highest cutting speeds to ensure your business’s profitability.

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Woodworking Machines

Scarlett Inc. offers solutions for a wide array of operations from small woodworking shops, to large progressive manufacturing plants. We work with numerous applications from solid wood to panel processing.

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Plastics Machines

Not so many years ago, the machining of plastics was more of an art than a science. The typical sheet fabricator or vacuum former utilized a variety of innovative techniques to perform some very challenging secondary machining functions. Unique fixturing of parts and positioning of machinery to attain the necessary results was commonplace. The use of electric and air-driven routers and drills was the mode of operation, with cutting tool selection based on availability at the local supply house. Metal and woodworking cutting tools were utilized without regard to effectiveness or efficiency. Basically, the plastic machining industry was accomplishing a great deal without the benefit of much outside information or assistance. This situation changed significantly with the advent of the CNC router in both the 3-axis and 5- axis modes. It became evident almost from the beginning that the method of holding parts and cutting tool selections of the past would not perform in the feed and speed environment associated with these new era machines. Plastic fabricators demanded, and the cutting tool industry responded with, application-specific tooling and far more information on how these tools functioned.

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Aluminum Machines

We provide solutions for cutting aluminum with CNC machining centers as well as other machine-cutting options.

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Composites Machines

One of the major problems facing the American economy is escalating energy prices. The composite manufacturing industry is positioned to provide solutions, offering energy-saving products for markets such as automotive, aerospace, wind energy, and infrastructure. The growing demand for lightweight composite products is prompting suppliers to develop specialty fibers. Composite Material is made from two or more constituent materials with significantly different physical or chemical properties, that when combined, produce a material with characteristics different from the individual components. The individual components remain separate and distinct within the finished structure. Browse our Composite CNC Machining Centers.

New Machinery FAQs

What kind of CNC Machines do you sell?

We sell 3, 4, and 5 axis CNC machines, as well as fixed bridge, gantry style, custom CNC, hybrid mills, and pod and rail.

What are the advantages of using a CNC Machine?

CNC machines have a higher production volume and more parts.

Do you sell CNC Centers?


Do you offer ongoing support, tooling, or repairs when needed?

Yes, best in class.

How many axis types of CNC Machine do you offer?

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 axis machines.

How quickly can you install a CNC Machine?

This depends on the air, power, previous knowledge of CNC's, floor space, and more - please reach out to a sales representative to discuss.

What applications are your CNC Machines useful for?

There are too many to list! Call us today with your idea.

What materials can your machine cut through?

Our machines can cut wood, plastic, aluminum, some steel, fiberglass, some titanium, foam, ren board, carbon fiber, and more.

What software do you CNC Machines use?

Our machines support all cad/cam softwares.

What are your purchasing options?

We offer financing options and payment terms.

Buy and Sell Used, Refurbished and Recycled Industrial Machinery

Why Buy Industrial Machinery and Equipment from Scarlett?

Why you? What is the differentiator?

Our industry knowledge, factory-certified technicians, large parts inventory, and reasonable parts pricing sets us apart from other competitors. Additionally, we have the quickest response time in the industry.

What can you offer them no one else can?

Laser tracking services, factory-certified technicians, training on cad/cam software, used machinery, and the quickest response time in the industry.

What is your install process like?

We work with you through the process with the manufacturer and give updates along the way. We make sure to ask the right question, so there aren't any problems when the machine shows up. 

How long does it take to deliver a machine to a client?

With the status of the current supply change, we can't give you an honest answer for this right now. This will vary for each piece of machinery. Some machines we currently have in stock and some machines will have longer lead times than we did in 2019. Contact us for a more accurate answer. 

How long is your machine installation process?

This depends on the machine and will vary across industries and applications. We don't want to give you empty promises and not be able to deliver. There is a good chance that we will be able to give you an approximate timeline once a quote has been submitted.  

What states do you serve?

We work with clients within Michigan, Indiana, Ohio, Wisconsin, Kentucky, and Illinois.

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