When a company buys a robot, they look at the price tag but always take the overall cost into account. But outside of the equipment, the entire life cycle of the machine must be considered. From power consumption, installation, maintenance and training costs, Stäubli Robotics is very competitive in terms of TCO. Its robots achieve substantial profitability within just a few years of use.
The initial purchase price is just the tip of tie iceberg. The costs associated with the entire life cycle of the robot (TCO) are what lie beneath.
There’s more to the cost of a robot than the price tag. That’s why it’s so important to consider the overall cost, i.e., the total cost of ownership (TCO). This includes not only the purchase price, but also the cost of installation, upkeep, services, maintenance, training, and power consumption. In short, the cost of the product’s entire life cycle.
Stäubli robots have the lowest TCO on the market and are quick to reach competitiveness.
Top-quality fabrication, solid components, and optimal efficiency are just some of the reasons for the lifespan of Stäubli robots.