New Boker’s 2021 Scheduling Calendar

Boker’s has made available a 2021 scheduling calendar, covering the period  from January 2021 through to March 2022

The new calendar has been produced for design and production engineers as well as purchasing teams. The calendar features a handy metric conversion guide covering many common measurements. The calendar provides a comprehensive, at-a-glance view of the 65-week scheduling period inclusive of January 2021 through March 2022, including Sundays and major holidays that are boldly identified in red. Boker’s understands their customers’ needs and equips them with a fast and convenient metric conversion chart on the back side, featuring decimal and millimeter equivalents for common measurements, ranging from 1/64” to 1” and .1 mm to 100 mm.

Calendars aside, Bokers is best known for its range of washers, ranging in size from 0.080” up to 5.140” in a wide variety of thicknesses and materials, including non-metallic options. The company also points out that it has the facility to manufacture complex precision stampings too. Calendars can be sourced via the Bokers website here.

Bokers, Inc

3104 Snelling Ave
Minneapolis
MN 55406
UNITED STATES

00 1 612-729-9365

sales@bokers.com

www.bokers.com

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