CDM Electronics Acquires Second Vertical Machining Center


June 17, 2022

CDM Electronics has announced the acquisition and startup of a second Haas VF-2 Vertical Machining Center located at their 110 American Boulevard distribution and machine shop location.

The additional VF-2 will work in tandem with the first unit and be the second workhorse of CDM’s machining capabilities that support their inhouse overmolding program. CDM’s comprehensive overmolding capabilities include 3D software mold design, mold manufacturing, plastic injection and end-product final testing. CDM’s Turnersville, NJ program complies with the Made in USA standard.

“Having a second VF-2 will increase our machining program’s versatility and provide an immediate increase in productivity” said Nick Sarin, Assistant General Manager at CDM, “and the large table size will accommodate any job requirement needed.” The automated Haas VF-2 has 3-axis capabilities for one-pass cutting of molds in aluminum and other commonly used molding materials. The unit is also self-contained for optimized finishing productivity and enhanced environmental protection.



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