Tech changes every day. Our fast paced world is presenting us with new, and better, ways to accomplish most things on an hourly basis. Some of this is very intriguing such as electric vehicles or 3D printers. I do get annoyed, however, being told that I have peeled a carrot wrong my whole life and this new hack or tool will be the only answer. And though I am sure that my carrot peeling skills are just fine, at what point does the machinery in my shop need to upgrade? When is the new really better than the old?
What can the new tech do?
- does it make a process faster?
- does it reduce costs?
- does it make a final product better?
- does use less floor space for the same results?
- does it require less power for the same production?
- is it easier to use?