Where do you live, no one does anything here for 20.00. I would charge a 100.00 to come to my shop an take my time like that. And I am betting most companies wont even deal with something like that. What if they screw that piece up, then they are on the line for the material for a 5.00 profit? Actually, I dont think I would even take the piece, there is no upside for me as a business. For FOG friend maybe not someone off the street.
Owl hardwood would do it, with a 2 week lead time. But only if you purchase from them and they wont guarantee a glue joint.
Western Montana, where one out of every 217 residents is a cabinetmaker.
Supply may outstrip demand here.
The guys I have worked with won't turn away any work, they'll figure out a way to fit it in, it wouldn't be "while you wait". They would charge me 15 minutes (that's their minimum), the machine rate last I checked was $165 per hour. With the blade change, I could see those three cuts taking ten minutes. That shop gives me a good price because I used to work there, and I bring them my business, as well as the occasional pie. Making $5.00 off those three cuts would be better for them than having the machine idle and the operator doing clean up. They would do it for anyone off the street, not just me.
They aren't on the line for the material if I pay for machine time for specific cuts. If I wanted them to produce a specific product for me, as opposed to carrying out my instructions on my material, then I'm sure their prices would be a lot higher. They definitely won't give a guarantee on the glue joint unless they glued it up themselves, but they do glue-ups from stock cut on their bridge saw without any additional machining. If they cut a large slab down the middle and it let some tension out of the stock and it bowed, it would be up to you to figure out how to proceed.
Even if you figured in the cost of pies, it would be cheaper than buying a new tracksaw.