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Destined for end use within an automated clothes iron, the attached set of parts are to be machined from a combination of mild steel and aluminium. The company behind this enquiry spends over £100,000 annually on subcontract machining services and seeks a supplier who can provide a fast turnaround on the production of this stopping mechanism, link support, coupling and base. These parts will be used for testing purposes and as the applicable deadlines are fast approaching, the client requests that interested suppliers submit their quotation as soon as possible.
Drawings count: 5
This domestic appliances manufacturer has an immediate order to place for prototypes of flanges, supports, shafts and rollers. The designs in question will be used within an automated clothing iron and it is essential that interested suppliers are able to offer a fast turnaround, as well as high quality components. Incorporating a number of different materials and processes, including milling and turning, this project will be ideal for flexible suppliers with immediate capacity. The client's £100,000 annual spend on machined parts means that additional opportunities could arise once a relationship has been cultivated.
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Inserts, knuckles, blocks and bridges are required for use within an automated clothing iron. The client seeks a fast turnaround on production of the initial prototypes of these designs and therefore, this enquiry may be best suited to those with immediate capacity to fill. Quotes are required for batches ranging from 1 off to 45 off across the set, to be milled and turned from a combination of aluminium and stainless steel. The client is a domestic appliance manufacturer with a sizeable £100,000 spend on bespoke machined parts, meaning that additional opportunities may be made available to the selected vendor once a relationship has been cultivated.
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With an annual spend exceeding £100,000, this manufacturer of domestic appliances would like to hear from machinists who can produce the attached aluminium and stainless steel components. Initial prototypes are required with some degree of urgency, with high-volume production runs to follow 2 - 3 months later.