The die casting process is a high versatile method, which allows to obtain very complicated geometries at a contained cost. However, it has certain inherent limitations to the process, which can only be solved with subsequent machining operations. Some of the second operations that has to be done after die casting are: holes and surfaces rectification, surface turning, multiple machinings with CNC, milling operations, etc These are too, some of the most common operations that we perform over the injected parts with the help of our specialized suppliers. From the design phase of the piece, it is important to consider whether it will undergo subsequent machining operations, in order to determine the correct way to die cast the piece, as well as the type of tools that will be necessary for the correct machining, ensuring the required precision and tolerances demanded by our clients.