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    I am working on the cad 3d. It will take a week or more to learn it but will submit it.
    I have one bid so far but would like to get three.

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    A good print is very important ..because even with "make it like this one" with not knowing the size limits one may try to make it way to close tolerance and so wasting time and costs..

    or with not size limits the part made may not fit the need..and so all be scrap.

    Some engineering skills and drawing skills required to make the part work..

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    Even after 3d is complete I will send the parts in to machinist so they can have it in hand.

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    what is the factory part made out of?
    kind of scream something like 12L14 cheap easy to machine.
    but dose it need to be harder so the end of the spring doesn't chew it up?

    50 isn't much of an order

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    Yes 50 is small but want to start with my smallest item. Next item to be made will be 200 units, aluminum and same use for different fork.
    The spring does not ride on it. The only concern is the stem and have never seen one break but it is 6mm stem.
    Not sure what grade of aluminum it is.


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