10k-1000k Pcs Aluminum 5053 Rings

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  1. Ben Veenema

    Ben Veenema
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    Looking for a second supplier for 2, high volume aluminum rings ~1" OD. Looking for turning or stamping quotes. Last years quantities were 70k of each part. Similar parts will likely be given to chosen vendor in the future.
    • Material: Aluminum 5053, Vendor Supplied
    • Finish: Anodize, Flat Black, MIL-A-8625 Type II Class 2
    • Quote in 10k, 50k and 100k volumes (each part)
    • Time frame: Lead time 6 weeks give/take depending on volume, to be ordered in next 6 months
    • RFQ Ending: 11/1/19
    Ben Veenema - McNamara Design

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  2. Hi my name is Dan I am sending you a PM with quote for files listed above
  3. Ben Veenema

    Ben Veenema
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    For those looking to turn these parts from round stock, 5053/5052 is difficult to source in round stock. Wrought (NOT cast) 6061 is also acceptable. More detail below:

    I've had a further conversation with our client on this job. They're purpose for 5052/5053 was to select a low-outgasing grade of aluminum for use in vacuum chambers.

    I've looked into outgasing grades and it looks like most grades of aluminum are acceptable including 2000, 4000, 5000, and 6000 series, as long as they are wrought and NOT cast.
  4. I recently sent you a PM to fastrack@mcnamaradesign.net with a quote We Have a very good supplier of material and will be able to make
    parts from just about any type of Aluminium you require I will resend you the quote from DblDDavis4007@aol.com if you have any questions you can contact me at that email I will also leave my cell # in message.
  5. Byron JO

    Byron JO
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    does this RFQ still opening?
  6. itatauct

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    Ciao a tutti vengo dall'italia / itawero
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