Motor Housing

This RFQ was sourced on www.MFG.com in USA for Near-Net-Shape Forging


This RFQ is an Informal Engineering Quote, to provide pricing guidance, on the compilation of the two drawings provided, a casting and machining, into an "as die cast" Magnesium housing, ie with no machining. Material suggestions welcome. No commitment, and no PO will be generated for this RFQ. We are supplying Quotes to a potential customer, a tier 1 supplier, whom is working with an OEM; they also have no commitment as yet. The FOB is El Paso, TX. Our Site of manufacture will be Chihuahua, MX. Please quote the following volumes 40k, 100k, 250k, 1mil, per year, in monthly shipments. This is a new product, the lower volumes are initial year volumes. It isn’t our intentions to produce parts long term at the lower volumes. Assume a PPAP of 2006. Your time spent on quoting will be rewarded from us by making sure that your on our quote list for a formal quote, if and when that happens. Please expend the minimal of energy to provide a ballpark price. If you miss the quote date, don’t worry, submit your quote as soon after as you can. The MFGQuote date is the day before we must supply a quote on this specific design, to our potential customer. More designs may be posted in the future, to establish an “optimum cost” design. Our Project Designation is 0307- EMB

Buyer Information

Industry Automotive
City/Region Northville, Michigan
Country USA

RFQ

RFQ Number 336759
Material Alloy Steel
Material Grade High Temp/Low Creep Mag (ex. MRI 153)

Technical Specifications

Category Near-Net-Shape Forging
Dimensions

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Near-Net-Shape Forging: Near-net shape forging requires precision tooling which results in very little waste or flash, thus minimizing the amount of machining required. Net shape or near-net shape forging is generally done to produce parts that, if forged by other means, would require a large percentage of the part to be machined away.