20-0100-XXX ASSEM FIXTURE

This RFQ was sourced on www.MFG.com in USA for Other Fabrication


One Time build of necessary assembly fixtures. This is not a part used for production, thus finish is not  critical. Should vendor desire to quote production utilizing aluminum   vs. CRS that is acceptable, however please note the change  in the quotation. 4 corners must be welded and ground smooth to prevent  worker injury.  Powder coat finish is for rust prevention  and long term durability against scratches.  TPS Pins need  NOT to be masked prior to powder coat.  These pins are of a   diameter that after application of powder coat, the will  still be useable with our parts.  However, Powder coat at  the base of the pins shall be free from "pooling" to allow  our part to sit flush.   SPECIAL NOTE: Just as a reminder.  When looking at the  part, the pins are inserted from the inside of the cavity.    Thus if you set the finished part down, it would be only  standing on the ends of the pins.   If SolidWorks is not used at vendors facility, please  download the EDrawings viewer for FREE at  www.solidworks.com which will enable viewing and printing  of the Prep.edrw file.

Buyer Information

Industry Electronics and Semiconductor
City/Region Colorado Springs, Colorado
Country USA

RFQ

RFQ Number 313197
Material
Material Grade .060 CRS

Technical Specifications

Category Other Fabrication
Dimensions

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