14 Savvy Ways to Spend Leftover Chocolate Machine Budget
1- Once you have bought the machine and confirmed that it is suitable for the budget allocated to it, extend the warranty period if possible. Some companies offer limited guarantees of one or two years but might offer you a longer period of warranty for extra money.
2- If the company does not provide a training program for the workers on how to use the machine and only provide a user guide, think about getting a training period for the team that’s supposed to run the machine. No one can know how its strengths and weaknesses more than the manufacturer.
3- Many companies provide you with a warranty that includes maintenance of existing parts and does not include replacing the pieces with new ones after they have been damaged. Make sure you can get a comprehensive maintenance contract that includes a free replacement.
- Get a high-resolution cutting meter as an added feature extension.
5- If the machine’s production line ends without packaging the product, buy an attached device that captures the wrapped pieces and puts them in the boxes and closes them before shipping.
6- Get enough wrapping paper of various types and forms to run for a good period without having to buy any other supplies.
7- Buy an anti-scratch and break-up cover for touch screens within the machine if any.
8- Add to your list some appropriate adhesives for the packaging materials used.
9- If the remaining budget is sufficient, you can consider post-packaging, canning and supplies steps such as a manual hydrological crane or a similar mechanism to speed up the carrying and shipping process.
10- Order materials and tools for cleaning the machine, the ordinary materials available in the local markets may not be suitable for metal machines and for the materials in it such as rubber and other materials.
11- Get enough oils to moisturize and lubricate so you don’t have to look for them later from other sources.
12- If the lab or workshop where the machine will be exposed to dust, or if your work is not continuous around the clock or you have weekend days off, buy a cover for the entire machine to keep it from dirt that may hinder the work of sensors.
13- Buy accessories and small details for any stage of packaging such as tools and tools for pasting the codes.
- Certainly, it would be useful to have a paper or plastic shredder to benefit from the cutting leftovers and recycle them and use for something else, or even to sell them later.