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    Default Machining of Aluminium parts required

    Looking for quotes to produce the attached in aluminium.
    quantities depending on price of approx 20,40,80 off
    final design and dimensions still to be confirmed

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    Over 30 year in cnc machining parts business.CNC Turning, Milling, Drilling, Planning, Grinding, Welding www.plusminusthree.com Email:kon@plusminusthree.com


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    Hi,
    Just wondering if you managed to get a decent price?
    I know it was a while ago but we have just joined this forum and are based in the north west of the UK unlike a lot of companies who quote from all over.
    If we can be of any use please let me know?
    Thanks for your time,
    Dave.
    dbutler@vortekuk.com.



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    Good morning Bonobo,

    Do you still need these aluminium parts making? If so, where are you based?

    I am a precision engineer based in Liverpool, UK. I can provide a quote and estimate for shipping if you are interested.

    Many thanks, Chris.



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    I wonder how many people get work from bumping RFQ's that are close to a year old or older? I would think it is a major waste of time.



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