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cp grade 1 ti wire bulk buy
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Posted on Fri Sep 23, 2011 6:04 pm
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within the next couple of months i plan on buying a bunch of ti wire, mostly thicker gauges. this company even does square wire. anyway i don't have any of the specifics - pricing ect. I am waiting on a sample pack from the company. Of course, the wire gets cheaper the more ones purchases at a time. so, i am just putting my feelers out there to see if anyone is interested or thinks they might be interested in going in on some with me.

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Posted on Mon Sep 26, 2011 9:42 pm
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I think I would be interested in it but the cost/quality would need to be right.



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Posted on Tue Apr 10, 2012 4:56 pm
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This is sort of getting into a whole new topic but I'd be willing to do "group buys" like this.

The general idea being I can give a great price on large shipments that are shipped to a single address.

For example if someone wants 500 lbs of titanium wire all at once to a single address I can easily compete in terms of price and delivery with your average mill. And if I can't I'll tell you Smile. Note that 500 lbs is a magic number in terms of shipping - its a minimum charge truck shipment. To make things really easy it would be nice if the ship to address is a business (i.e. your workplace), bonus points if the business has a forklift.


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Posted on Tue Apr 10, 2012 5:23 pm
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TheRingLord wrote:
To make things really easy it would be nice if the ship to address is a business (i.e. your workplace), bonus points if the business has a forklift.
Would a loading dock and a pallet jack work equally as well?

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Posted on Tue Apr 10, 2012 6:07 pm
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Yep - loading dock and forklift work great.

Shipping to a residence can work too but it typically costs a min of $50 more - as much as $100 more with liftgate.


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