When I speak about production with my customers, I never speak only about numbers in terms of batches they produce, because that number alone can mean very little.
HOW MUCH YOU PRODUCE
Is a datapoint that is not directly connected with
HOW MUCH YOU EARN
It is not true that if you produce more then you earn more, otherwise the road, as you could guess, would b
If you've come across this article I'm sure it's because you're looking for more information on how to choose a flexible machine for your production department, or you've already begun evaluating the purchase.
Maybe you're curious to learn more, looking for information to understand how they work, and trying to understand whether they may be suitable for your business.
Below is what I wrote in 2016 commenting on data collected in 2015:
I took inspiration in writing this article from a different article published on November 22, 2016 in the newspaper “GIORNALE DI BRESCIA” related to the study of the financial statements of companies from Brescia. It was edited by the University of Brescia and Price Waterhouse & Coopers. My pur
The machine tool category has a very long history, but if analyzed well it makes you understand how the evolution and the needs of the market have led, over the years, to continuous improvements and new categories of machines.
If we look back in time and start from the beginning, there was only one category of machine tools that dominated the world of production.
Then, as m