The original, since 1966 - The GroupROTOMORS was established in Turin in 1966 as a company specialized in the design and manufacture of special self-centering chucks for lathes and is today an technologically advanced international enterprise.
It is a world leader in the design and manufacture of state-of-the-art workholding systems, the development of automatic pallet changing systems for vertical lathes and machining centers and die change shuttles for presses.
Turning and milling centers, both horizontal and vertical, represent the natural target market for ROTOMORS equipment.
The Group, which has its headquarters in Turin, boasts two foreign divisions, in France and Germany, as well as a homogeneous international distribution network: it is represented in the three main continents.
SOLUTIONS ON DEMAND
Each project is developed according to the specific requirements of the individual Customer.
ROTOMORS developement, manifacture and application
In the ROTOMORS design center, our staff of design engineers – a source of pride for the company, which has registered numerous patents – are always ready to guarantee Customers a complete support service both for installation and maintenance.
GROWING AND CERTIFICATION
Since 1975 ROTOMORS has been a member of UCIMU-SISTEMI PER PRODURRE, the Association of Italian Manufacturers of Machine Tools, Robots, Automation Systems and Ancillary Products.
The quality of ROTOMORS production is attested by the over 10,000 projects completed around the world for our more than 1000 Customers, who may be divided into machine tool manufacturers and end users operating in different industrial sectors: the automotive and aerospace industries, energy and the production of large-diameter bearings, alloy wheels and railway wheels.
The ROTOMORS team guarantees Customers service right from the time of preparing the tender. As a result, planning and production times are considerably reduced and Customers immediately benefit from the competence of a partner who accompanies them right through to the “turnkey” commissioning phase.