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Okuma ROI Calculator

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Estimate the profitability of Your Machine Tool

Want a better understanding of the machine's ROI and how it compares to alternatives? Before you start, watch our video that explains the importance of calculating proper inputs that truly affect a machine tool’s long-term profitability.

The Okuma ROI Calculator is a tool that gives results based on input provided by the user and are estimates only. Actual results are not guaranteed.

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Production

Capital

Expense

Cost Per Part

Results

Calculator Worksheet

Production

These inputs are customizable and can be used to represent brands, categories (VMC vs 5-axis), etc. The specified names will follow throughout the calculator tool.

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Out of 365 days per year, how many days are you operational?
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Based on paid employee hours. For example: typical workday is 8 hours.
hours
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Based on the hours machine(s) are operational without employee interaction.
hours

Production

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Expected yearly utilization rate (as percentage).

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%
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Uptime (as percentage). For example: 100% minus 15% unexpected failures = 85%

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%
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How many minutes to machine a part. For example: 3 hours per part = 180 minutes

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min
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What is your average scrap rate (as percentage)?

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The number of years you are looking to spread the machine tool capital expenditure over.

Capital

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The purchase price for a single machine tool

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$
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Section 179 or depreciation schedule (as percentage)
%

Capital

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Cost to secure foundation structure and rig machine(s) for installation
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Total cost of fixture(s) required per machine tool
$

Expense

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The cost of planned (routine/required) maintenance per year. Will vary based on brand and model.

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$
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The cost of unplanned (failures/crashes) maintenance per year. Consider service response time and part lead time in downtime calculation.

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$
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The average yearly amount of fees your shop potentially could pay for missed deliveries or shipments

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$
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Fully burdened rate of a single machine tool operator
$

Expense

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The yearly cost per machine that will be expected for tooling inserts. Note: Consider the mass of your machine tool for this input, greater machine mass leads to a reduction in average tool cost.

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$
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The cost of yearly utilities per machine
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Value your shops places on the physical square footage of a single machine
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Cost Per Part

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At what price do you sell your final part, per unit
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YOUR RESULTS

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