The factors vary enormously.
1.In order to be able to assess which machine is the most suitable, it‘s first necessary to understand that the intended application defines not only its requirements but also its limits.One should also consider potential new objectives on the horizon and other options.
2.After all, the purchase of a laser cutting system represents a major investment, and the decision concerns not just the machine itself. The purchase has an impact on the entire manufacturing process, covering everything from manpower, service and maintenance, consumables, right through to know-how.
3.Other factors are also involved: The fiber laser allows companies to increase the speed of a single process step. However, this make it necessary to automate loading and unloading, since otherwise the machine will frequently be idle.
4.The prime objective is clear: Reduce costs while increasing product quality and productivity. Achieving this objective with the purchase of a new system requires know-how that may not yet be available within the company. The capacity and performance of the system must correspond to the needs. If you invest a significant sum in a fiber laser cutting system in combination with complex material management solutions, you naturally expect to achieve a favorable ROI.