1. #1
    I'm after a quote for the 1 off motor mount plate as per the attached drawing.

    Included within the zip file is a Solidworks model and a .dxf file.

    Material either Aluminium or Steel (no specific grade required)

    Will pay via Paypal

    Post to Lancashire, UK

    Required ASAP.

    Any questions drop me a mail.

    Regards,
    Anthony
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  2. #2
    How deep are the countersinks (incidentally M8 cap heads require 13mm).

    What is the tolerance?

    Do you supply the metal?

    Robin

  3. #3
    They look like counterbores to me, not enough detail on the drawing.

    .
    John S -

  4. #4
    Quote Originally Posted by John S View Post
    They look like counterbores to me
    Patently age has addled my speech centre :heehee:

  5. #5
    Quote Originally Posted by Robin Hewitt View Post
    Patently age has addled my speech centre :heehee:

    And your typing finger :rofl:
    John S -

  6. #6
    Not M8 counterbores. There to allow for some float on M6.

    I'm after full supply material and machining and delivery.

    Had missed I hadn't dimensioned the counterbores, I will update. There are counterbores on the back also.

  7. #7
    Just updated the drawing with counterbore dimensions, also plate thinkness increased to 12mm

  8. #8
    That's OK I'll still do it out of 10mm because you have plus or minus 2mm tolerance :naughty:

    Not grinding your nuts off but yes the drawing is clear enough, I'll have a look tomorrow and see if I have any plate in, probably be 1/2" though if I have? any good ?
    John S -

  9. #9
    Quote Originally Posted by John S View Post
    see if I have any plate in, probably be 1/2" though if I have? any good ?
    Same here, nearest I have in plate is 8mm but I've got a 4m length of 6" x 1/2" alloy :naughty:

  10. #10
    1/2" would be great, Just a mini skim to ensure its flat. Think my 10mm + or - 2mm was trying to make it easy for people t find plate. Would prefer closer too 12mm. How much then?

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