Switch Cover Assy

This item was sourced on www.MFG.com as one of the items in an RFQ in USA for Compression Molding


Production of a switch cover assembly. Please see drawing for dimension specifications. All RFQ's assume that new molds will be built by Bidding Suppliers, and no transfer tooling (molds) will therefore be allowed. Suppliers must be able to furnish confirmed leadtimes for tooling and full production prior to authorized launch of each part. Suppliers must quote to the material specifications and dimensions of each print, no substitutions authorized. No estimated part weights are available for such plastic part quoting - estimation must be made off the 2D prints attached and provided. In the case of plastic molded parts with sandcastings, metal inserts, and latches, Bidding Suppliers must be prepared to source such subcomponents on their own and incorporate such costs into the final piece pricing to Buyer. CAD data will be sent at a later date after the bids are finalized for design validation purposes. Part samples will be sent at a later date after bids are finalized for design validation purposes and confirmation of part weights. Buyer’s payment terms are net 60 days - no exceptions. Tooling payments will be made by Buyer after first article Production Part Approval (PPAP) and a Process Capability Inspection Report is submitted in accordance with ISO standards. Preference will be given to suppliers with ISO 9001 certification, with consignment warehousing and quality/program management teams in the USA, and who are willing to amortize the cost of tooling and offer annual costdowns as part of a bonded long-term supply agreement of 3 years or more. Bidding Suppliers must be able to afford Powerpoint presentations in English explaining their Plastic Molding Core Competencies, History, and furnish a copy of their ISO 9001 certificate. Bidding Suppliers must be willing to undergo a Quality Audit at their facility and conduct and complete a Quality Self-Assessment form in English. Bidding Suppliers must be willing to afford Buyer an outline on all packaging configurations to be used for shipment of these plastic components, along with related carton put-up and production lot sizing. Suppliers wishing to offer bids on RFQ's must execute an online Nondisclosure Agreement before being authorized to see the Buyer’s 2D prints online with MFG.com. Bidding suppliers must be willing to sign and execute a Tooling Agreement as well as afford a full cost breakdown on all new molds to be built before formal award. Bidding Suppliers must be willing to afford Buyer a copy of their Annual Report in English or be able to substantiate their financial condition - note that the online Non-Disclosure Agreement will serve to indemnify all suppliers for protection of proprietary information offered to Buyer. All Bidding Suppliers must be willing to produce and ship in atleast quarterly volumes per the annual forecasts herein reported. For Bidding Suppliers with USA consignment warehousing, US Customs Duties of 2.5% and 40 foot containers should be involved. Because of the high number of plastic components involved on these Bid Auction requests, suppliers are kindly requested to refrain from making telephone contact unless there is a specific commercial issue not covered by the aforementioned bidding requirements and policies.

Part

Part Number:       0319-4307-02
Material:       Thermoplastic
Material Grade:       See Print


Technical Specifications

Category:Compression Molding

Dimensions0.0 x 0.0 inch

Annual Usage:10216.0

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Compression Molding: Compression molding is a process in which partially cured thermosetting resins, either in the form of granules, putty-like masses, or pre-forms are placed in an open, heated mold cavity. The mold is closed with a top force or plug member, pressure is applied to force the material into contact with all mold areas, and heat and pressure are maintained until the molding material has cured. Compression molding is a high-volume, high-pressure method suitable for molding complex, high-strength fiberglass reinforcements.