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    Quote Originally Posted by Starlight View Post
    Hi Ryan

    I might be able to help you out. Just send me a print, PDF, (AutoCad)DWG, or even if you have just a sketch should do as long as it has all the tolerance on it and I'll get back to you probibly with in the day or the following day.

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    Madmachinist,

    Please send me the drawing for quote. I would be happy to give you a price.

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    Boy! This is the longest thread I,ve seen.
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    please send my the prints for qoute

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    Please send me the prints for quote. to bob@apdfabrication.com

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    I sent you PM!

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    I'm totally amazed that people don't read!!!, I finally had to reply about this problem. This job was posted on 2/5/09, 'THREE' years ago!!! The next day, 2/6/09 he posted he would select within a week. Since he has never posted since that date, I would say that is exactly what he did and never looked at this job posting again. It would have helped if had posted he had awarded the job, but even then some people don't read and continue to post replies and keep threads active which is ridiculous and wastes everyone's time in having to even look at them. The first thing I look at is the date the job was first posted, if it's old, I don't go any further. PLEASE READ, especially dates!!!

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    amen

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    Who's responsible for keeping things up to date, the poster or the website? Maybe somebody just thought you cut and pasted the same RFQ again instead of retyping it, because you needed more of the same parts. Besides wouldn't it have been easier & nicer just to say. It was awarded, but thanks for looking.
    Bob

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    My apologies for not closing this - I'm not sure how to! Thank you all for the interest and PMs, I have taken down the information and have some jobs coming up I will contact you for. Thanks to the RFQ community. If a mod wants to close this to avoid clutter and wasting people's time, that's cool, but I hope at least some other people saw the services posted above.

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    Ryan Kenaley

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