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PostPosted: Sat Sep 26, 2015 10:52 pm 

Joined: Sep 26, 2015
Posts: 1
User avatarTechno Corp.
This will teach you how to find out how a product will be made in a factory while expanding. This is if you are building on a Standard Lot...listen carefully :teach:

1. Take your expansion size, divide it by buildings current size
2. Multiply that by how much your building makes at it's current size

I have a 400ft2 factory, and want to expand it to a 1000ft2 factory
say it makes 13.78 units a day

1. 1000/400 = 2.5
2. 2.5 x 13.78 = 34.45

After expansion, my factory will make 34.45 units a day...
This can be helpful on when you are trying to make a profit off of a product, or trying to dominate a product's production/day and want to know how much you need to expand for it
I'm sure a lot of you know that, but for those who don't...Hope this helps :eyeroll: :bounce:

PostPosted: Sun Sep 27, 2015 12:43 pm 

Joined: Jul 30, 2013
Posts: 608
User avatarRonak Holdings I
* Conditions Apply
** This will work only upto small factory sizes, probably upto 10-15k sqft. But even there it is going to give a nice error of say 15-20% in the minimum range.
*** The above guide doesn't factor in the DMR demon.
**** Production curve is not linear.
***** There have been pretty much accurate production calculators in the past, you can easily find them out, if you dig the forums a bit.

Techno Corp., keep the good work up! IF you can make a production calculator on an Excel/Google sheet and upload/share the link in here, it would be of great help!

PostPosted: Wed Oct 14, 2015 3:52 am 

Joined: Aug 31, 2014
Posts: 13
User avatarGiantkin
Just dont build standard, whatever you do.

(Imho) Best land called that for a reason! lol

(yes, i know, this has no bearing on the topic... but its still good intel! :dance: )

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