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Qualified subcontract engineering projects

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This is a list of projects from manufacturing buyers looking for new manufacturing partners in the UK. Supplier members have access to the drawings and buyer information so they can contact them directly.

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  1. Drawings count: 1

    Machining-Gear Cutting

    Spending a massive £400,000 a year on bespoke machining services, this company specialises in the manufacture of x-ray testing machines. Quotes are required for the attached gear made from EN40B, in quantities of 20 and 50 off. Those that would like to be considered for this project are asked to make contact with the buyer directly. This will be an ongoing requirement, making it an excellent opportunity to expand your long-term customer base.

  2. Drawings count: 2

    Machining-Gear Cutting

    Spending a massive £700,000 a year on bespoke machining services, this company specialises in the manufacture of prototypes. The attached set of gears form part of a larger job for which they are currently tendering. Quotes are sought for quantities ranging from 1 off to 3 off, with high quality comprising the main driver of the project. Those that would like to be considered for this project are asked to make contact with the buyer directly. This will be an ongoing requirement, making it an excellent opportunity to expand your long-term customer base.

  3. Drawings count: 4

    Machining-Gear Cutting

    This well-known machine tool manufacturer spends over £30,000 a year on outsourced machining services. They have an immediate order to place with a gear cutting specialist who can produce the attached mount scroll, complete with 176 teeth. It is important that interested parties manufacture this design to a high standard of quality, adhering to the drawings and specifications provided. In addition, the buyer will look to place orders for different size variations moving forward, spelling ongoing work for the supplier that they select.

  4. Drawings count: 3

    Machining-Gear Cutting

    The attached sun wheel is required as part of a larger job for which the client is currently tendering. They seek quotes from Qimtek members who have both the capabilities and the capacity to undertake the work, noting the tight tolerances needed. It is crucial that interested suppliers are able to offer a high standard of quality, as well as good value. Once their tender has proven successful, the client will look to place ongoing orders for similar work with the chosen supplier. There may also be scope for the relationship to be developed, as the client spends a massive £700,000 in the subcontract machining sphere annually.

  5. Drawings count: 1

    Machining-Gear Cutting

    Reliable delivery and good value are key drivers within this project, which calls for the manufacture of a pinion shaft from stainless steel. This design is destined for end use within industrial machinery and is to be manufactured in a batch of 20 off. Outsourcing machining work to the tune of £50,000 annually, this company has advised that they require the successful supplier to assist with repeat orders moving forward. This makes it an opportunity to win a new long-term customer as well as the work in question.

  6. Drawings count: 1

    Machining-Gear Cutting

    Gear cutting suppliers are invited to quote for the production of a roller sprocket - an item for which the client is currently low on stock. Destined for end use within horticulture equipment, the sprocket is to be made from steel, with price and lead time indications requested for 10 off. This work is due to be repeated on an annual basis and owing to the client's spend of £50,000 a year in the subcontract machining market, similar opportunities may also be made available. Quotes will be favoured from those who respond promptly and can offer a high quality product within 3-4 weeks of order placement.

  7. Drawings count: 1

    Machining-Gear Cutting

    Precision gear cutting and machining of racks is needed, on behalf of a company that outsources £80,000 worth of machining work per annum. They have an immediate order to place for 80 off of this design, which exceeds 1.8 metres in length. The client is keen to reduce current costs and seeks quotes from suppliers who can facilitate this, whilst also upholding a high standard of quality. In turn, they can expect to receive orders once or twice per year.

  8. Drawings count: 1

    Machining-Gear Cutting

    Gear cutting suppliers are invited to quote for the production of a sprocket - a legacy item, for which there is no current vendor in place. Destined for end use within the agriculture sector, the sprocket is to be made from mild steel, with price and lead time indications requested for 5 off. The longevity of the project will depending upon the applicable costings, although owing to the client's spend of £50,000 a year in the subcontract machining market, similar opportunities may also be made available.

  9. Drawings count: 1

    Machining-Gear Cutting

    This industrial machinery OEM is looking for a long-term gear cutting supplier that can provide 30 metres of the attached part annually, in either 3 metre lengths or 160mm 'blanks'. Their last stock order is running low, meaning that they will have a requirement for these parts in the near future. A high standard of quality is essential within this project.

  10. Drawings count: 1

    Machining-Gear Cutting

    Suppliers with gear cutting capabilities are asked to quote for the attached drive gear. The company behind this enquiry is a manufacturer of medical equipment that places an impressive £400,000 worth of work with subcontract machining suppliers annually. They would like to form a long-term relationship with a company that can provide 100 off of this design per year, with quotes favoured from those that have ISO 9001 accreditation in place.

  11. Drawings count: 2

    Machining-Gear Cutting

    Machinists with the capabilities to produce a sprocket gear are asked to make contact with the buyer - a sports car manufacturer that outsources an impressive £500,000 worth of machining each year. The component in question is to be made from aluminium and the client is keen to identify third parties with both the capacity and capabilities to facilitate its ongoing manufacture. At this stage, they require quotes for 5, 10 and 20 off; in addition, there is scope to develop the relationship and for the successful supplier to lend their services to further machining projects.

  12. Drawings count: 1

    Machining-Gear Cutting

    Suppliers with gear cutting capacity are asked to provide a quotation for the attached sprocket - a legacy part for which there is no longer a vendor in place. The buyer behind the enquiry requires this item as part of a project for the lighting industry. They have an immediate order to place for its production and owing to their £50,000 annual spend in the subcontract machining sector, it could result in additional work for the chosen supplier, once quality and delivery have been proven.

  13. Drawings count: 1

    Machining-Gear Cutting

    Destined for end use within the food & beverage industry, the attached driven pulley is to be machined from mild steel. The company behind this enquiry outsources £100,000 worth of work to subcontract machining suppliers every year. They require delivery of 140 off within two weeks and the balance to follow by mid-May, making this project ideally suited to those with immediate and imminent capacity to fill.

  14. Drawings count: 1

    Machining-Gear Cutting

    A range of gears are required for manufacture, on behalf of a large-spending buyer within the food and beverage industry. There is currently no supplier in place for these items and therefore, the client is keen to establish a dialogue with those who are able to undertake the work in question. This is an exciting opportunity to work with a large company on an ongoing basis, who sub out over £3million worth of machining each year.

  15. Drawings count: 2

    Machining-Gear Cutting

    The attached cluster gear and gear drum are 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.

  16. Drawings count: 2

    Machining-Gear Cutting

    Quotes are required on the two attached flanged sleeve designs, which are each to be made from carbon steel. The company behind this enquiry spends over £100,000 a year in the subcontract machining sphere; currently, they are looking to expand their supplier base for the manufacture of these items, which are ordered on a repeat basis. Therefore, the client would like to build a relationship with a Qimtek member who assist with their ongoing supply.

  17. Drawings count: 4

    Machining-Gear Cutting

    The attached ratchet wheels and gears are 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.

  18. Drawings count: 1

    Machining-Gear Cutting

    This company manufactures products for the heavy vehicle/construction equipment industry, outsourcing over £50,000 worth of machining work every year. They are currently trying to allocate production of the attached gear to a UK supplier, having previously sourced from overseas. 5 off will be required every week as of January/February 2018, meaning that this enquiry will be a great match with suppliers that are looking to fill long-term capacity.

  19. Drawings count: 3

    Machining-Gear Cutting

    The attached gear spindles and gear wheels are 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.

  20. Drawings count: 2

    Machining-Gear Cutting

    A machining company with gear cutting capabilities is needed, in order to assist a machinery service company with the manufacture of the attached items. These are legacy parts, for which there is no current supplier in place. The company in question spends over £170,000 annually on subcontract machining services, meaning that there is plenty of scope for the successful supplier to assist with future projects from this buyer.

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