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Process: Machining, Multi-Axis

Overview

Multi-Axis Machining is a machining process to create complex shapes and angles.

Common machine tools use three axis (X,Y,Z), while multi-axis machines are able to use more axis when approaching workpieces. 5 or 7 axis are the most common, but other machine tools exist. The additional axis make it possible to machine from more angles and to make complex shapes. Another advantage is that more sides of a workpiece can be machined at once, which saves time.

The aerospace and defence industries source a lot of multi-axis machining, especially for airframes, engine blocks, turbine engines and impellers. Workshops that do multi-axis machining are quite rare, particularly for many axis. It is common that the purchasers require their suppliers to have the AS/EN/JISQ 9100 certification, which is the aerospace industry's standard certification.

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Machining, Multi-Axis projects for quote

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A carbon fibre manufacture whose annual outsourced machining spend totals in excess of £50,000 per annum, seeks the assistance of a machinist with multi-axis capabilities, as well as the immediate capacity available to accommodate their current requirement. There are four different sizes of insert, which are all to be machined from aluminium. The client would ideally like to partner with a supplier who can adhere to the requested schedule, with split delivery over December and January. The work will be repeated again in future, providing an opportunity to gain a new long-term customer.

Machining-Machining, Multi-Axis

A machined part is required for end use within the water industry. The client - a fastener manufacturer and distributor - spends upwards of £250,000 annually in the subcontract machining sphere. Their current requirement is for the attached restriction block, which is to be made from stainless steel. This item falls outside of the client's in-house capabilities and subsequently, they would like to employ the services of a third party for its production. Ideally, they would like to work alongside a supplier who is able to offer this part on a repeat basis, at a rate of 500 off per annum.

Machining-Machining, Multi-Axis

Quotes are currently sought for 10 and 20 off of the attached longnose front, which is destined for end use within an automotive application. The buyer behind this enquiry outsources machining work to the tune of £50,000 annually and is looking for a production partner that can fulfil repeat orders of the part in question. In addition to this ongoing requirement, similar work could also be made available once quality and delivery have been proven.

Machining-Machining, Multi-Axis

The attached box segment is urgently required by a buyer that operates within the communications industry. The client has an annual spend on subcontract machining that exceeds £500,000 a year and so ongoing work will be made available.

Machining-Machining, Multi-Axis

Suppliers who have in-house multi-axis machining capabilities are asked to provide a quotation for the attached set of components. Ample quantities are required and the client would like to partner with a supplier that can assist with this work on an ongoing basis, providing high-quality items that adhere to the drawings provided. There has been an increase in demand for these parts and therefore, the buyer's supplier base needs to expand to accommodate the requirement. They outsource in excess of £100,000 worth of machining work every year, meaning that there is plenty of scope for eventual diversification into additional projects once a relationship has been established.

Machining-Machining, Multi-Axis

A machined part is required for end use within the water industry. The client - a fastener manufacturer and distributor - spends upwards of £250,000 annually in the subcontract machining sphere. Their current requirement is for the attached restriction block, which is to be made from stainless steel. This item falls outside of the client's in-house capabilities and subsequently, they would like to employ the services of a third party for its production. Ideally, they would like to work alongside a supplier who is able to offer this part on a repeat basis, at a rate of 500 off per annum.

Machining-Machining, Multi-Axis

Suppliers that are able to offer an outstanding level of quality are asked to provide a quotation for an aluminium rod joiner. This work may be ideally suited to those with multi-axis machines. The client would like to identify associated costs and lead times for the production of this part - a new design, for which there is no current supplier in place. Repeat orders of this item will be placed moving forward and the client's annual spend of £450,000 on subcontract machining may mean that further work will be made available, once quality and lead times have been proven.

Machining-Machining, Multi-Axis

Suppliers with multi axis machining capabilities are sought, in order to produce a camera enclosure from aluminium alloy. This enclosure will be used within the defense/military industry. Initially, the client requires 2 off as samples, followed by ongoing production runs of 50 off at a time. The buyer spends £70,000 a year on bespoke machined components, meaning that there will be plenty of other projects with which the chosen supplier could assist moving forward.

Machining-Machining, Multi-Axis

This £500,000 spending company specialises in the manufacture of medical equipment. They currently require the two attached components to be machined from stainless steel and the work itself may be ideally suited to suppliers that have multi-axis capabilities. Delivery is needed within January 2018, for quantities ranging from 4 off to 12 off. These are legacy items, for which there is no current supplier in place.

Machining-Machining, Multi-Axis

A manufacturer of carbon fibre products urgently seeks a supplier who can produce the attached aluminium inserts. These parts will be used in the production of jet-powered sports equipment therefor, the quality of completed work is paramount. These inserts are to be used in a mould tool and as such will be a one off requirement however, this would lead to alternative work for the successful supplier.

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