Engineered to Perform. Built to Last.
Engineered To Perform. Built To Last.
For over 60 years, WTC Machinery has proudly provided you with the highest quality American-made products and excellent customer service possible. We are proud to continue that tradition today, and for many years to come.
Heritage is very important to us here at WTC, and as such we will be closed on Friday, July 2nd, and Monday, July 5th in observance of Independence Day and to celebrate all those who have served our great country. We will resume regular business hours on Tuesday, July 6th.
From all of us here at WTC Machinery, we wish you and yours a safe and relaxing Independence Day weekend!
All of us here at WTC are hoping that everyone is staying safe and healthy. Throughout this year WTC has kept our doors open as an essential supplier for worldwide construction companies all while keeping our employees safe. We continue to supply service, parts and new equipment and are here for you day and night.
Another set of pin presses are on their way to take a ride across the Pacific. WTC keeps most presses in stock for immediate delivery as we are aware that sometimes the need is 'yesterday'.
Reach out to us via phone, email or click the 'chat' button on the right side of the screen and we'll do what we can to support your shop.
WTC Machinery is proud to introduce our newest offering. Due to customer demand we have developed a new Mini Luber, based off our tried and true Seal Tester Lubricator. Our new Mini Luber is the portable solution for job-site repair of sealed and lubricated (SALT) crawler track chains. The sturdy construction stands up to field service, the small size makes it easy to fit on a service truck, and its light weight makes it easy to carry to a job anywhere compressed air is available.
Check out our web page: WTC Machinery Mini Luber for additional pictures and details.
WTC continues our research and development to provide innovative and efficient products designed to make your operations safer and more productive. That means our dedicated engineers are constantly working to refine and improve our time-tested equipment. The more we hear from boots on the ground as to what is needed to make the tough job of service easier the more we chance we have to give you what you want and need. Do you have a need WTC Machinery can help fill? Call us today at 262-567-3993 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and see how we can help.
Whether you are looking for the FP100, MPP150 or MPP250 we have the equipment and accessories in stock, ready to ship.
WTC is proud to have been serving your customers for over 70 years, and look forward to continuing our relationships for another 70! If there is anything WTC can do to help you be more productive, safe or efficient please give us a call.
WTC Machinery is continually researching new ideas to better support your service shops. Our latest project was for the FP250 Pin Press. The FP250 pin press has similar capabilities as the MPP250, however, offers an alternative approach at pushing the pin. The MPP250 utilizes a two tie rod design to support and press the pins while the FP250 uses a C-Frame design. The C-Frame allows for tight service needs as well as safety requirements needed in some applications. The FP250 looks a lot like the FP100 100 ton pin press, but just a touch larger as it is designed to press the largest dozer, excavator and feeder chains.
As with all of our equipment the press was designed in-house by our engineering team. After the design we tested the concept utilizing Finite Element Analysis (FEA) to prove the design will do what we say it will. After computer testing we manufacture the press and then put it through real-world testing to ensure safety, reliability and efficiency.
WTC is proud of our products and support and it shows. With over 50 years of supplying the world's best undercarriage repair equipment WTC has learned what is needed to be the industry best. Please contact us with any questions or to find out how our team can support your needs.
It is always important to stay in front of the industry and that is why WTC is proud to announce that we are part of the Associated Equipment Distributors (AED) group and once again we will be exhibiting at their annual summit. This is our 7th year exhibiting and it is always a great show. Look forward to seeing familiar faces as well as introducing ourselves to others.
WTC will be right inside the main entrance at booth 307 so please come on in and visit. Contact us or simply give us a call at 1-800-248-8405 for more information.
Looking forward to seeing everyone at the show.
150T Pin Press…worth its weight in gold
It started with a conversation, ended up in the Klondike, but
along the way there was a stop at a Trade Show in Las Vegas…thankfully this
time, what happened in Vegas didn’t stay in Vegas! This is about the journey of a very lucky WTC
150 Ton Pin Press …
First, we’ll start at a manufacturing company in Ixonia,
Wisconsin, where all of the newly ordered WTC Pin Presses are made. You may have heard of this company before,
it’s been around for a LONG time…WTC Machinery!
Here at WTC, we are a one-stop-shop for track repair equipment,
manufacturing everything from Full Track Shops, to Torque Wrenches and Grouser
Welders, and, yes, the star of this story: Pin Presses.
Now, back to Las Vegas…
WTC had a booth at MineExpo, in Las Vegas, and you’ll never
guess who our guys got to meet!! They
got to hang out with a few of the key players from show Gold Rush! That’s not even the most exciting part… the
mechanic from one of the teams on Gold Rush had previously acquired one of our
150T Pin Presses, AND he brought it with him to MineExpo! You see, after
hearing about the added efficiency, safety features, and ease of use that WTC’s
Pin Press offers, the deal had been sealed.
Now let’s return to the manufacturing company in Ixonia, Wisconsin,
where the real fun begins! Every piece
of equipment that comes through our shop is a collaboration of whole team. Our Sales department works hand in hand with
our in-house team of Design Engineers, experienced Field Engineers, and
dedicated Manufacturing team, and together they make any necessary changes or
customization that our customers need in order to ensure that each piece of
equipment is exactly what is needed.
Once the manufacturing process is complete, and our team is satisfied
that every aspect of the equipment is just right, then our shipping department
wraps it up with care and schedules the freight carrier to pick it up.
So, our lucky 150T Pin Press makes its way from Wisconsin
down to Nevada, and after a brief stop at MineExpo, continues on to the
Klondike to prove that WTC Machinery’s 150T Pin Press is worth its weight in
“There are three kinds of people in this world: Those
that makes things happen, those who wait for things to happen, and those who
wonder what the heck just happened.” – Unknown
In the world of shipping and
receiving, it is imperative to NOT be one of those people that wonders what the
hell just happened…for example, you don’t want to be the person that is
wondering what to do now that you’re looking at the damaged piece of equipment
that you unloaded…and signed for…and the truck has already pulled out of your
So how do we avoid being one
of those people? You perform delivery inspections! That is to say, inspect your shipments before
you sign for the delivery! I know that
sometimes the shop is really busy, and this is an inconvenient hassle, but in
the end it will save so much time and help to eliminate headaches. Make it a mandatory part of your SOP to
perform delivery inspections before signing any receiveing paperwork, and
before you know it your regular drivers will come to expect it.
At WTC, it’s a part of our
SOP to do everything we can to ensure that the equipment and parts that you
order arrive to you in the same condition when they leave our door, however,
sometimes things happen during transit that we can’t predict. It is these times when you’ll be glad you
inspected your shipment before the driver left!
Afterall, you don’t want your hard-earned money to end up a part of
someone’s scrap pile…