How to get a quote on Wikifactory Marketplace:

  1. Sign in to your Wikifactory account.

  2. Click on the Make a Part button on the top or go to the RFQ tab and click New RFQ +

  3. Upload your file.

  4. Complete the manufacturing specifications.

  5. Depending on the process you choose, you might need to upload supporting files. Click here to understand when you will need a supporting files.

How to boost your chances of getting a great quote

Last but not least, it's very helpful for us to know about your needs and aspirations with your part or product more broadly to ensure you the best match possible.

That's why we would ask you to fill our Qualification Form, to understand your requirements and processes further and therefore, finding the most suitable quote for you.

Manufacturing Specifications:

First thing we need to know is the material and fabrication process of your choice.

We currently offer 3D Printing, CNC, Injection Moulding and Sheet Metal services.

As for the materials, there's nearly 160 materials for you to choose from.

If that sounds overwhelming to you, take a look at this guide on How to choose the right material for your product in 5 steps

Once you choose the process and material, you will be asked the different treatments and tolerances that apply to said combination.

Lastly, you just need to fill in the quantity you would like to order, your preferred lead time and the shipping address.

Match-making process:

When you send your quote, the Marketplace team will start looking within our quality-assured manufacturers for the one that best suits your needs.

Feel free to use the Chat to ask any questions you might have during this process. The Marketplace team will give you support if needed and make sure we are offering the most suitable process for your part.

You can always check the status of your quotes in the My RFQs tab.

Receive your parts:

Once we find the best manufacturer for you, place your order and have the parts delivered globally. We provide quality assurance and delivery tracking.

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