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Process: Machining, High Precision

Overview

High precision machining is general term for processes in which components with very fine tolerances are manufactured.

Some workshops specialize in high precision components, for example high precision milling and turning. This can be done by using special machines, but sometimes regular machines are used and the component is grinded to acheive great tolerances.

There are workshops which do high precision machining that do small parts, but also workshops that do large components with high precision.

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Machining, High Precision projects for quote

  1. Drawings count: 1

    Machining-Machining, High Precision

    This Qimtek member is looking to utilise the services of a third party for work that they currently do not have the capacity to undertake. They are seeking quotes for 700 off of the attached component and have an order to place with the supplier they select. This part will be used within the automotive industry. As they themselves spend over £20,000 annually on bespoke machining services, there may be scope for the successful vendor to develop the relationship and gain additional work moving forward.

  2. Drawings count: 1

    Machining-Machining, High Precision

    Suppliers that can offer high precision machining of a beryllium copper alloy are sought, on behalf of a £50,000-spending company that requires the completed part for use within an automotive application. There is an immediate order to place with the successful party, with delivery required by mid-April. Similar items may be required moving forward, meaning that there is plenty of scope for the chosen supplier to develop the relationship.

  3. Drawings count: 5

    Machining-Machining, High Precision

    High precision machinists are asked to provide a quotation for the four attached components, which are destined for end use within the aerospace industry. The company behind this enquiry spends over £100,000 a year on subcontract machining services. They require 14 off of each item to be used as initial samples for testing, which will be followed by much larger batches at the production phase. Therefore, this is an opportunity to win a new long-term customer, as well as the work in question.

  4. Drawings count: 1

    Machining-Machining, High Precision

    This company places over £25,000 worth of work with subcontract machining suppliers every year. They seek the assistance of a Qimtek member who can produce the attached part economically and accurately, whilst adhering to a lead time of two to three weeks from the point of order placement. The work itself will be repeated quarterly, making this a chance to add a new name to your long-term customer portfolio.

  5. Drawings count: 7

    Machining-Machining, High Precision

    This brand new company is looking for an external supplier to manufacture prototype parts for end use within an automotive application. They require quotes for the attached brackets and hubs to be machined from aluminium in accordance with the drawings provided. Once testing is complete, the client will look to order larger production batches, making this opportunity especially well-suited to those with both immediate and long-term capacity to fill.

  6. Drawings count: 1

    Machining-Machining, High Precision

    Suppliers that can lend a high level of precision and accuracy to the attached MDV boss are sought, on behalf of a company that requires 2 off for use within the offshore industry. This is a new design and the client would like to allocate its manufacture for both the immediate order and the production runs to follow. The part in question is to be machined from titanium and as the buyer spends an impressive £300,000 a year on subcontract machining services, there could be scope for additional projects to run alongside this enquiry.

  7. Drawings count: 1

    Machining-Machining, High Precision

    Suppliers that can offer a high degree of accuracy and precision are asked to make contact with this aerospace buyer, in order to discuss the opportunity. Outsourcing a sizeable £500,000 worth of machining every year, they currently seek a second source vendor for the attached pump shaft, with quotes required on 200 and 500 off. The ongoing need for the part in question means that the successful company wins a new long-term customer with a notable spend in the field.

  8. Drawings count: 1

    Machining-Machining, High Precision

    Destined for end use within the oil & gas industry, the attached component is to be turned from stainless steel. The client is looking for urgent responses from interested parties and would like the parts to be delivered by the 24th August. The initial order is for 100 off, although there will be further orders available for the chosen company in future.

  9. Drawings count: 1

    Machining-Machining, High Precision

    Machinists that can offer a high degree of accuracy are asked to quote for the attached beam. This item is required for use across multiple industries, on behalf of a company that sub out over £250,000 worth of work every year in this field. Quotes are required on various quantities, as the client orders this item on a regular basis and is keen to expand on their supplier base for its production.

  10. Drawings count: 2

    Machining-Machining, High Precision

    Suppliers that are able to offer a high level of precision, are asked to make contact with the buyer at their earliest convenience. The client requires machining of the attached engine case, for end use within the automotive industry. The part in question is to be milled, drilled and bored in accordance with the attached drawing, with 5 off sets required at this stage. There will be repeat orders available for the chosen supplier and owing to the buyer's £40,000 annual spend in the subcontract machining sphere, there may be additional opportunities available once a relationship has been established.

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