We typically use the industry standard "ARO," which means "after receipt of order." In other words, the lead time we give you on your product order will be based on 1) the product ordered, and 2) when the PO was received. It is NOT based on the quote. Lead times can vary, too, depending on what is in stock and whether additional, non-stock parts or additional engineering are required.
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