High Performance Machining Center ROI: How to Determine a Machine's True Value
“Low Cost” Could Be More Expensive
While low-cost solutions are appealing because of the price, investing in high-performance machining centers can ultimately facilitate a better, more profitable solution for your business. Oftentimes an ROI analysis only focuses on equipment price; however, there are a number of features you should examine in depth in order to determine a machine's true value.
Some factors include:
Life cycle cost
Acquisition costs—leasing vs buying
How operating costs affect productivity
Short-term vs long-term maintenance costs
Hidden costs of ownership
Features of dynamic-production machines
How automation can improve ROI
Various types of leases and how they impact ROI
Download this revolutionary whitepaper (fill out the form on the right) and you'll discover all essential costs and factors to include when calculating ROI. Traditionally, these often-overlooked aspects may not be top of mind; however, they are extremely important to the larger picture of long-term profitability and productivity for your company.