Please be warned. Using these products can be extremely dangerous and can cause serious bodily harm.
You as the purchaser of the product are acknowledging the risks involved and accept full responsibility for injury and damages related to its purchase and use. You are therefore releasing our company, employees, and representatives from any and all liability related to its use.
Do not under any circumstances operate the equipment without training, eye, ear, and body protection. Do not make modifications to the equipment.
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Purchasing forging equipment can be a major decision. With the productivity increases that this equipment can bring to an individual or company or the potential to significantly grow sales, many times it makes sense to borrow the money rather than saving before making the purchase. There are many options that should be considered.
Many times your local bank is your best option for financing. I always encourage you to talk to your local banker about your financial needs.
There are also equipment finance companies that will work with business owners or individuals to provide the required capital. Below are links to finance companies that Anyang owners have used in the past. The feedback I have received was that the process was relatively fast and easy.
CIT Bank financing application: http://johnsonmetalsmithing.cit.com/
CIT Bank Contact: Owen Burns (603) 501-1012 www.CIT.com
Geneva Capital financing application: https://www.gogc.com/
Geneva Capital contact: David Boike (320) 759-3572
US Bank Email Lamar Merchant at: firstname.lastname@example.org or call at
cell 832.318.4860 office 832.486.1231