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RFQ Ø140mm Cylinder end / Clevis

tonymor

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We're currently welding these and machining afterwards. Would much prefer to buy something machined from solid.
30pcs/month. We could buy 60/120pcs at a time.

Cylinder end is Ø140mm +-1. so I believe 5.5" bar would work.
Material 1018/1045 or something similar.

Hole is 2" +.005. 2 tapped holes either side 3/8-16 UNC

Preferably a shop not too far from South Central PA.


Cylinder End.JPGCylinder End 3.JPGCylinder End 2.JPG
 

Milland

Active member
Unless that's a very low-stress part, I'd suggest you add some large radii to the transition between the two sides and the base.
 

Ox

Moderator
Not sure that a print is needed for a quote for most folks, but they would need a length to figure from.


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Ox
 

Milland

Active member
Not sure that a print is needed for a quote for most folks, but they would need a length to figure from.

The graph isn't perfect in the first pic, but by estimation the slug length should be about 6.5", and the part a little less.
 

tonymor

Member
RFQ closed. I have gotten some good feedback that I won't get anywhere near my target price to make this work.
I'll just have to keep welding and post machining for now and look into forgings/casting down the road.

Thanks all.
 

david n

Active member
Making that part from solid bar is going to eat up a lot of machine time. Could it be made as a weldment?

Go back and read the OP's request..............................wants 'em from solid..............................


Wonderin' if'n they got 'em sourced and ball park $$$?
 

Ox

Moderator
RFQ closed. I have gotten some good feedback that I won't get anywhere near my target price to make this work.
I'll just have to keep welding and post machining for now and look into forgings/casting down the road.

Thanks all.



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Think Snow Eh!
Ox
 

DDoug

Active member
Kind of wonder what that target price is ?
And compared to the cost to burn, weld, anneal, and machine currently ?
 

LexD

Member
RFQ closed. I have gotten some good feedback that I won't get anywhere near my target price to make this work.
I'll just have to keep welding and post machining for now and look into forgings/casting down the road.

Thanks all.

Did you honestly think that machining them from solid bar would come close to the price of fabricating them?
 








 
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