Walter Tools

Engines for passenger cars and commercial vehicles

Productivity in the fast lane

Crankshaft

Crankshafts made of high-tensile steels and grey cast iron materials are exposed to enormous forces, as they, together with the connecting rods, convert linear energy into rotational energy. At several thousand revolutions per minute, this complex component in modern high-performance cars is exposed to considerable physical forces and mechanical stresses.

Maximum dimensional stability is therefore of primary importance when machining these engine components. With our high-performance tools, you will be able to produce long-lasting, resilient crankshafts made of ductile cast iron or steel alloys at competitive unit costs.