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    Really simple:

    I need a thick washer...easiest way to describe it.

    ~1.61" OD, 1/2" hole through center, 3/4" thick

    One side needs to be faced (purely cosmetic)

    Tolerances are as follows:

    1.61 ==> +/- .005
    1/2 ==> + .005, -.000 (needs to slide over 1/2" rod for welding)
    3/4" ==> +/- .050

    Material is any steel that is weldable

    Quantity, first run 20, later?? Never more than 100 at a time. Expected delivery...3 weeks

    Next washer:

    1.25" OD (Cold roll bar tolerances are fine)
    1/2" bore (same tolerances as above)
    3/4" thick (same tolerances as above)

    Both sides faced

    Need a small counterbore on one face, approx .1" deep, .84" in diameter

    qty, terms, materials, etc...same as above

    Just a small shop trying to decide if it's worth my time to do the jobs or not.

    I am in SE Michigan.

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    Are you doing this part or are you looking for some one to do it?
    thanks
    Bill

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    Bill,

    Right now, I am doing this part. It's for a larger assembly. Just trying to test the waters to see how much it would cost....to see if it's worth continueing to do myself, or if it's better to send it out. So...depending upon quotes, I may decide to continue doing them myself. I guess I'm trying to decide how much MY time is worth.

    -Jacob

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    I'm teaching myself CAD and this seemed to be a simple part. Below are links to drawings of the two parts described by snowman in the original post. THIS DRAWING HAS NOT BEEN REQUESTED OR APPROVED BY SNOWMAN. I'm simply posting it since I took the time to draw it and to offer it for discussion for those who may be discusssing these parts.

    http://www.travisreese.net/images/washer.jpg
    http://www.travisreese.net/images/washer2.jpg

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    The design seems to be very simple. You can select any HSS matl. for these designs.

    When you plan to do this job outside, you may visit: www.emachineshop.com, which makes custom parts completely via the Internet. Includes free software for drawing designs and generating online pricing. Offers convenience and low cost.

    Dhana
    www.emachineshop.com - the online machineshop


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