Hot Rolled Annealed Saw cut plate

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6150 or 4150 Hot Roll Annealed Saw cut  plate sufficiently oversize to finish  to quantities and sizes shown. The sizes shown are finish size. The  quote would be oversize these  dimensions to allow for stock removal.      15x24-1/2x1.862             Quantity            2 19x24-1/2x1.862             Quantity            2 15x24-1/2x1.924             Quantity            2 19x24-1/2x1.924             Quantity            2 19x14-1/4x.625               Quantity            2 15x24-1/2x1.986             Quantity            2 19x24-1/2x1.986             Quantity            2 15x24-1/2x2.048             Quantity            2 19x24-1/2x2.048             Quantity            2 24x29-7/8x1-5/8              Quantity            2 30x29-7/8x1-5/8              Quantity            6 24x28-3/8x1-5/8              Quantity            2 30x28-3/8x.734               Quantity            4 17-7/8x27-1/8x3/4           Quantity            16 33-1/8x17-7/8x3/4           Quantity            32 21x31-5/8x.748               Quantity            4 18x21x.748                    Quantity            2     Please note, sizes shown are our finish  sizes. Advise the amount of stock you  are allowing.

Buyer Information

Industry
City/Region BEAVER FALLS, Pennsylvania
Country USA

RFQ

RFQ Number 310796
Material

Technical Specifications

Category Other Extrusion
Dimensions

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Other Extrusion: Extrusion is the process of forcing hot or cold, semi-soft material, usually metal or plastic, through the orifice of a die, to form a continuous, designed or engineered shape. Common extruded shapes include tubes and pipes. Extrusions can be hollow or have shapes within their diameter, often used for reinforcement, making the extruded shape stronger and more durable. Extruded shapes can also be solid, such as rods, angles and channels.