April 2009 Issue
The Home Machinist
Here are some money-saving tips to consider when you need to send a job out to the pros.
If you need to send a part out to be built by a professional shop, a good drawing, well identified, is essential. The KISS principle applies, and be sure you donít request closer tolerances or more exotic materials than you really need, or it will cost you. By Bob Fritz.
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