Gundrill Costing Tool (Process Cost Only)

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A) General Part Information

Part Number:-
- Part Number which is usually mentioned on the drawing. (Alphanumeric values are accepted).
Part Description:-
- Enter Part Description which is usually mentioned on the drawing for example Bumper, Cover, Upper body, etc. (Alphanumeric values are accepted).

B) Volume (Number of Pieces Produced)

Annual Volume:-
- Number of Pieces that are Required in a Year. (Limit set for the tool: 1-10000000 Nos).
Lot Run Size:-
- The Number of Pieces to be Processed in a Single Setup
(Note: - Suggested value in Input box is Avg. monthly lot run Size. If you want to change simply override this value.) (Limit set for the tool: 1 – 10000000 Nos).

C) Part Details

Raw Material Selection:-
- Select the used raw material of the part from the dropdown list.
Select material:
1. Low Carbon steel
2. Stainless steel
3. Cast iron
4. Copper, Bronze, Brass, Plastics & Aluminum alloys
5. Aluminum + Aluminum alloys
Drill Diameter(mm):-
- Select the necessary diameter of drill. (Limit set for the tool is 3 mm – 40 mm).
Drilling Length(mm):-
- Select the necessary length for drilling. (Limit set for the tool is 60 mm – 1000 mm).