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Old 02-26-2010, 08:31 PM
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Fenglu Aluminium Co China

Had a bad experiance
They quoted to cut some dies, and run a mill lot off the two dies
only 750kg between the two
They made the product, which was excellent
by sample
Because I had not picked a final shipping destination, they threatened to recyle
I had paid all upfront
So I sent them here. They arrived perfectly packed and as per sample

So I asked for more and was told min order 450 metres of one, thats enough belting material to go around QE11 2 tonnes
So I wrote said, ok you have the money, my dies , please keep them I am finished with China
it is hard enough to make a dollar in boat building as it is
Old 02-26-2010, 09:16 PM
Guest62110524 Guest62110524 is offline
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mm, where is this thread can't see it
Old 03-25-2010, 01:01 AM
alidesigner alidesigner is offline
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If you want dies cut you should talk to G James. As long as you are prepared to put them in the die pool for all to use they will usually cut them for free.
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