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Baileigh’s Social Media Guru Goes Viral with His Own Business

By Mike at Baileigh | June 4, 2019 | 0

If you follow Baileigh Industrial on Instagram or Facebook, you’ve seen Shane Henderson’s digital handiwork. Our resident social media maestro takes pride in the international network he’s created and the way he uses it every day to showcase our customers. As Shane says, “Let’s imagine a guy who just left his job and started his…

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Master Coach Builder Trains the Next Generation of Metalworkers with Baileigh Machines

By Mike at Baileigh | April 26, 2019 | 0

Renowned in the world of custom vehicles for over 35 years, Mark Gerisch has built cars for Jay Leno and ZZ Top. Now he’s keeping the art and trade of metal shaping alive by leading intensive classes. In 2014, Gerish founded the Academy for the Art of Metal Shaping in Green Bay, Wisconsin. For the…

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Tony Raley from Hi-Speed Customs Shines on Tucson TV

By Mike at Baileigh | March 9, 2019 | 0

Tony Raley from Hi-Speed Rods & Customs recently rocked an interview on KGUN 9’s The Morning Blend.

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Save with Section 179: Deduct Your Equipment Purchases

By Mike at Baileigh | December 19, 2018 | 0

Get the tools you need before the end of the year—and keep money in your pocket. That’s what Section 179 can help you do, if you buy equipment before the end of the calendar year. Learn more about this business-friendly tax code and how it can help you. What is Section 179? Section 179 is…

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Benefits of Baileigh’s Benchtop Planers and Jointers

By Mike at Baileigh | December 5, 2018 | 0

As Baileigh Sales Coordinator Tony Elfering confesses, “I was always skeptical of benchtop planers and joiners, to be very honest. But I’ll tell you what: it definitely changed my mind when I got my hands on the IP-1306 planer and used it.” Tony tried out the machine, and now he’s a believer. “I ran some…

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Coming Soon: Baileigh Welders, Designed to Our High Standards

By Mike at Baileigh | October 19, 2018 | 0

Baileigh Industrial is proud to announce a new line of 4 quality welders: BW-200MP – 200A Multi-Process Welder BW-200S – 200A Stick (SMAW) Welder BW-160M – 160A MIG Welder BW-200T – 200A AC/DC Pulse TIG Welder All models will be available to purchase online later this fall. Call 1-920-684-4990 to pre-order, since we expect the…

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Starter Guide to Bead Roller Tooling: What Every Shop Needs

By Mike at Baileigh | September 11, 2018 | 0

Bead rollers are among our most popular machines. When you buy a bead roller from Baileigh Industrial, you have many tooling options to choose from. While we pride ourselves on offering a wide selection of tooling, we realize that all those sets may be confusing if you’re just starting out with a bead roller. “What…

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Jimmy Shine’s Top 5 Metalworking Machines from Baileigh

By Mike at Baileigh | July 4, 2018 | 0

When hot rod legend Jimmy Shine recently joined us at Baileigh HQ to shoot some product demo videos, we took the opportunity to ask him about the machines in his own shop. “I love all of them and I use them every day. I rely on them and they’ve never let me down,” he says.…

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What’s the Difference Between a Band Saw and a Cold Saw?

By Mike at Baileigh | June 22, 2018 | 0

Cold saws tend to be less well known among our catalog of machines, especially compared to band saws, a familiar shop staple. One of the most common questions we get at Baileigh HQ is, “How are cold saws different from band saws?” Let us break it down for you. Cold Saws: Better Cut Quality The…

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Want to Get Started with Metalworking? 5 Tips from the #BaileighArmy

By Mike at Baileigh | May 29, 2018 | 0

We asked our customers and newsletter subscribers what advice they’d give to those just starting out in metalworking. Here are some of the best words of wisdom we received. 1. Learn on paper and in practice. Several respondents advised new metalworkers to formally continue their education. “Go to a school to learn your craft,” writes…

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