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  1. #1

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    RFQ for machined and fabricated parts

    Hello.
    I am new to this forum (retired mechanical engineer), but was referred as a possible source for CNC work. If interested, please quote price and delivery on the following parts:

    PUTU001 - qty 2
    PUTU002 - qty 2
    PUTU003 - qty 2
    PUTU004 - qty 16
    PUTU005 - qty 2
    PUTU008 - qty 2, composed of:
    - PUTU006 - qty 1
    - PUTU007 - qty 1
    PUTU011 - qty 2, composed of:
    - PUTU009 - qty 1
    - PUTU010 - qty 1
    PUTU014 - qty 1 composed of:
    - PUTU012 - qty 1
    - PUTU013 - qty 1

    Some notes:
    - If your shop doesn't have the capability to do the welding, please consider quoting the individual pieces. I may be able to source welding elsewhere.
    - CAD files are available upon request. Formats available are:
    - 3D formats - SolidWorks (2011), STEP
    - 2D formats - SolidWorks, DWG, DXF
    - Please don't let the presence of GD&T discourage you from quoting. GD&T is simply a convenient language to convey the part requirements. If you are unfamiliar with any particular GD&T callouts, please let me know. I'd be happy to clear up any questions you may have.
    - All materials, including the 4130 steel sheet and tubing are available from McMaster. You may have an alternate source of supply.
    - Please let me know if you find any errors or omissions which would cause problems quoting or manufacturing.
    - Thank you for considering this package of work! I look forward to hearing from you.

    Thank you,
    Mike

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    Re: RFQ for machined and fabricated parts

    Greetings,

    Looking at the parts using 4140 steel, I did not see any heat treat requirements. Is the material to be in the annealed state?

    Cheers,

    David

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    Thank you for your question. The alloy is 4130 (aka chromoly). Either annealed or normalized is OK. No subsequent heat treating is required.

    Thank you,

    Mike

    Quote Originally Posted by fc60 View Post
    Greetings,

    Looking at the parts using 4140 steel, I did not see any heat treat requirements. Is the material to be in the annealed state?

    Cheers,

    David

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    Re: RFQ for machined and fabricated parts

    Are you still looking to get this quoted? Can you provide a contact email or turn on PM?

    Br

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    Re: RFQ for machined and fabricated parts

    Greetings,

    Just started a new work package and will not bid on your project.

    Cheers,

    David

    PS My profile says Private Messaging in ON?

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    Re: RFQ for machined and fabricated parts

    Hello,
    I'm sorry...I was unaware PM was off. I believe that is corrected now and will also send you a PM with my email.
    Thank you.

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