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The Top 3 Benefits of Tooling Cost Amortization

by Mike Giambattista on June 13, 2017

Every business faces the challenge of balancing costs when starting a new fabrication project, and tooling is a major cost consideration. 

However, there are a number of ways you can approach tooling arrangements: partial tooling ownership, “free” tooling or amortized tooling. While there are benefits to each option, cost amortization allows you to maintain full ownership of your tooling, which means no hidden fees, just real values.

Need to be convinced? See why amortization is the best choice when it comes to tooling costs.

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There’s No Such Thing as Free Tooling

by Phil Misch on May 6, 2015

Tooling presents a significant upfront cost to new fabrication projects, and escalating tooling costs can hurt businesses’ bottom lines. As a result, tooling can be cost-prohibitive for many would-be roll formed products.

In response, some metal fabricators offer “free” or partially owned tooling. This allows manufacturers to reduce the upfront costs of roll forming, and free up cash flow.

But in the long-term, it’s not that simple.

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Balance Tooling Costs and Cash Flow

by Phil Misch on September 12, 2014

Cash is king. 

For manufacturing companies, equipment and tooling costs are two investments that have a significant impact on cash flow. The cost of tooling often dictates what production process best fits the project.

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