2016/2018 NEW DEVELOPMENTS WITH TWIST 700 AND FT 900 D
At K2016 in Dusseldorf WM unveils the new Twist 700 – In 2017 the FT 900 D is launched. WM achieves the target of 1000th machines sold. In 2018 WM has changed company name into WM Thermoforming Machines SA, in order to reflect its activity focused thermoforming industry, and with its renewed logo and name..Read More
2011/2015 FC SPEEDMASTER PLUS, AND STILL GROWING
WM releases the first TWIST 300, laboratory tilting mould machine with new camless motion. Debut of the new FC Speedmaster Plus – Dario Gotti succeeds to his father Roberto Gotti. WM starts the production of FC 780 IM/2 HP, introduces new ES and MS stacker and the new N.EXT extruder, and starts to run the first..Read More
2006/2010 FT SERIES
WM launches the new high speed FT 700 and FT 900 tilting mould technology, then expands the range with FT 500 – New automated system and process are introduced with new RS stacker for tilting mould machines and 3 axes robot for steel rule cutting machine FC series.
2001/2005 CHOOSING ELECTRICAL MACHINES
At K2001 WM presents the new high speed steel rule cutting machine FC 750 E, running 40 cycles/min. WM gets focused on electrical machines – New upgrade on machine size with the introduction of FC 780 E and INTEC 1100, then the FC series is expanded with FC 600 E and FC 1000 E.
1996/2000 FC, AND MOVING FORWARD
New steel rule die machine model FC 590 IM is produced. Thermocalander for low energy consumption is introduced on machine model INTEC 1000 for massive production of disposable plates – The machine range is enhanced with three new machine platen sizes with FCS 750, IMC 1250 and INTEC 1050. One of the biggest fully electrical..Read More
1991/1995 IMC-V, IMC-B, INLINE AND FCS
Launch of the biggest machine for disposable plates in the market, model IMC-V 100100, delivering 38.000 plates/hour with diameter 220 mm – Researches in tilting mould technology lead to the production of the first tilting mould machine IMC-B 540, and later developments with IMC-B 740 reach an interesting productivity of 80.000 PP 200 cc cups..Read More
1986/1990 END OF THE 80′
1986 starts with the development of the new generation steel rule cutting machine model 64 MO, then the introduction of the separate trimming technology with the FPS 1010 – The production boosted, and 60 machines were delivered in 3 years.
1981/1985 FIRST STEPS
The first thermoforming machines models (IMC-5030, IMC-7530, IMC 10080 and IMC 8080) where developed to thermoform disposable cups and plates with different outputs, using In-mould trimming technology with punch and die cutting – At the end of this period the first steel rule cutting machine model 6540 with fast tool change and low cost of..Read More
The Gotti family started industrial activities in the early ‘30s, manufacturing plastic processing machineries (injection, compression, blowmoulding, thermoforming)