A Florida based multinational company is seeking a machining/stamping factory that also has chroming/plating/anodizing and tempering/hardening experience. Some parts have very high surface appearance criteria. Materials specified include: AW-6061 Aluminum, AW-7075 T6 Aluminum and SAE 4130 or SAE 4140 steel. See attached drawings for exact specifications on each of the 3 parts. Process steps involved for each of the 3 parts include: SL117.01 Punching; grinding; annealing; shaping/bending; punching; hardening (warm) of aluminum alloy to final strength; round edges by grinding; anodise silver/nature as per DIN 17611 E6/EV1 SL 117.04 Punching; round edges by grinding; austempering at 42+/-2 HRC; austenizing in neutral atmosphere and transforming to bainit in a molten salt; descale/expurgate of surface grinding; chrome plating; temper within two hours after anodizing or zinc-nickel, 8 hours at 180-200 degrees (as per DIN 50969) SL 117.06 Punching; round edges by grinding; shot peening; hard anodise, silver/nature colored as per DIN 17611 E6/EV1, thickness 25ym+/-5mm Please feel free to reach out to FloridaMakes with any questions or comments.