5 ways to maximise your profits when machining large parts
Large, long or difficult part machining can incur considerable costs which risk reducing your profit margin.
In any machine operation, it’s important to manage costs. Whether it’s improving accuracy and finish, or maximising tool life while minimising WIP, your expenditure can spiral. Without a keen eye on what you’re spending, the cost-effectiveness of your project is at risk, and so too your entire operation. This only increases when working with large, long or difficult parts.
When components require multiple machining operations, with every reset there’s a potential expense, whether this is from the time it takes to perform the change and additional cost of personnel, or correcting the mistakes that may happen with every reset. However, there are effective and simple ways your hourly rate can be reduced and your budget can be managed.
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