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Building a Return on Investment for a CNC Machine Tool

Researching and qualifying the right piece of CNC equipment to meet your manufacturing needs can be arduous and stressful. Once you have found the technology you determined will accomplish the work, you need to justify the expense. This can also be a complicated and involved process.

To help you feel confident in your decision, this article intends to enlighten you about any costs and expenses that you should consider when building that return on investment (ROI). An ROI should be an analysis that determines the length of time it will take to break even on your investment.

It should include the cost to produce each part, including all associated expenses. From the analysis, you might conclude it is not a good investment because the total cost might exceed the earnings from the work. In order to make a confident decision, you must be diligent with your analysis that the earning potential outweighs the cost.