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A supplier is needed to reverse engineer a large gear case casting and produce manufacturing drawings from original. The casting weighs approximately 0.5 tonnes and therefore, suppliers must have the in-house facilities to machine components of this size. It will be free-issued to the successful supplier and once the design and drawings are complete, the machining itself will be required.
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A manufacturer of material handling equipment, who spends a massive £1million a year on outsourced machining services, is looking to collaborate with a third party for production of a set of prototype machined parts. These are new designs that will be used within larger sub-assemblies. There will be an ongoing demand for the components in question - the buyer would like to hear from vendors that are able to facilitate long-term supply, with full production due to commence in 2019.
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Machinists with the capabilities to finish machine free-issue castings are asked to make contact with the buyer - a sports car manufacturer that outsources an impressive £500,000 worth of machining each year - as soon as possible. The components in question are required urgently and therefore, the client is keen to identify third parties with both the capacity and capabilities to facilitate their ongoing manufacture. At this stage, they require quotes for 1 off of each part; in addition, there is scope to develop the relationship and for the successful supplier to lend their services to further machining projects.
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Suppliers that have the capacity to produce prototypes of the attached heater block are sought, by a manufacturer of industrial heating equipment whose spend in the subcontract machining arena exceeds £100,000 every year. The client has advised that they require delivery by the end of December, making it a great opportunity to fill short-term capacity. This enquiry may also lead to repeat work from the client, meaning it may be especially well-suited to suppliers who are looking to increase their customer base.
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A prototype of the attached cone is to be machined from solid aluminium, destined for end use within scientific equipment. The client is a company that spends a sizeable £75,000 a year on outsourced machining processes. They request that suppliers who can facilitate the manufacture of this part - in accordance with their specifications - make contact with them directly in order to be considered for the opportunity. There is also scope for this to become ongoing work for the chosen vendor once the project reaches the production phase.