Having equipment that can handle multiple operations from simple bur removal to heavy edge rounding could separate you from the competition. The ability to provide parts ready for paint or powder with a good key to the surface could be the point to get the business. Too many times the finishing is over looked rather than used as a value added feature of products. Good edge rounding can avoid thin coatings on the corners and avoid coating failure down the road. The same can be said for safe handling of the material later. The electrician working in the enclosure with rounded edges will be grateful the effort to round the edges was made. The same can be said of any number of parts from refrigerators to medical equipment. The later servicing of these items as well as avoiding the sharp edges that could cut seals or wires later are all worth the effort up front.
There are many reasons to invest the time and effort in the finishing step. Thinking about what your products are used for and how the finishing can improve it is a way to set yourself apart. Getting the right process and flexible equipment are important in that process. Ask questions and put yourself in your customers position.