CWM’s Leadwell MV-50i uses solid
carbide tooling and custom long reach
holders to mill, drill, ream, bore and tap
a variety of features in the die casting - many of which are critical to function
with tight positional tolerances
CWM’s conventional machining center
drills, reams and performs tapping operations all at the same time.
A die cast part utilizes a CNC machining center that has pre-loaded design instructions.
CWM offers both conventional and CNC machining capabilities.
Depending on your requirements, we can customize a machining process to meet your specifications and budget.
CNC Prototypes: CWM’s in-house CNC prototyping capability can work directly from a CAD file to produce precise multiple prototypes in Al, Mg or Zn for a variety of functional tests. Learn more about CWM’s prototype capabilities.
Contact Chicago White Metal for more information on our in-house die casting machining services.