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Moving an industrial machine

Suki | Posted in Equipment and Supplies on

Any advice re: moving an industrial machine? I will be moving soon to a 3rd floor apt. – no elevator. Any suggestions to make this easy?


  1. Jean | | #1

    Find a guy like this.. :-)

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    1. SewTruTerry | | #2

      Jean ? I think you mean a woman like this.

      1. Jean | | #4

        Can you tell the difference??

        1. SewTruTerry | | #5

          Just that my cousin is a body builder and they usually have more of their chest bared.  Also word of caution as I was viewing your original message my dsh walked by and he had a look on his face to die for.  I just wished that I had my camera ready.  I mean the look was priceless.

  2. SewTruTerry | | #3

    What kind of industrial machine are we talking about?  If I were you I would check with manufacturer regarding the moving of it.  Some of them have to be recalibrated or leveled out when moved.  Also what about the flooring and the load it will take in the new apartment.  I think I would not like to be the person living below you if something gave way.

    1. Suki | | #6

      The machine I will be moving is a Con-Sew.

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