For most manufacturers, determining a machine’s projected performance and expected profits holds the key to predicting overall return on investment.
True ROI, however, lies deeper than just the sum of a machine’s annual yield. Viably calculating a machine’s ROI requires taking into consideration a number of variables, including a machine’s maintenance costs, operating expenses, energy costs, performance, and automation opportunities. By only relying on the initial cost and projected profitability, manufacturers fail to recognize key points that can give their facility the highest operational value.
Below, you will find an ROI guide that will help you make the best CNC investment for your business by making sure you are ASKING THE RIGHT QUESTIONS.
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First, download Toyoda's ROI attachment below.
Next, use this attachment to follow along with the chapters. Each chapter will guide you through questions you should be asking your CNC manufacturer when purchasing new equipment.