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TruMark 3330 and TruMark Station 3000

Trumpf has launched two products in the laser marking market, the TruMark 3330 and the new workstation TruMark Station 3000.

The company's TruMark Series 3000 has been expanded with the release of the new TruMark 3330 ultraviolet laser. In addition to inscribing glass, ceramics and organic materials, the primary use for the diode-pumped solid-state laser is marking plastics. It operates at a wavelength of 355nm and has a beam quality of M² < 1.5.

TOP Cleave optics

Newly developed TOP Cleave optics allows the high-performance TruMicro 5080 ultra-short pulse laser to cut glass one millimetre thick

TruLaser Cell 8030

Four years after the successful market launch of the first generation, TRUMPF is releasing the second generation of its TruLaser Cell 8030. The new machine’s principal field of application is laser-cutting hot-formed 3D designs and press-hardened components. Based on experience gained with the first generation, TRUMPF has made targeted improvements in decisive areas and significantly enhanced the machine’s performance.

UK’s first TruMatic 6000 Installed

Buckingham-based Stratford Tools, a specialist in the provision of subcontract precision sheet metalwork, has acquired the UK’s first TruMatic 6000 punch/laser combination machine from TRUMPF. The investment by this progressive manufacturing business has led to reduced lead-times and enhanced quality.

TruLaser Station 5005

Trumpf has released its five-axis TruLaser Station 5005, a machine for welding mild steel, stainless steel, aluminium, non-ferrous metals and plastics. It is suitable for applications in medical and electrical sectors and throughout the precision engineering industry in general.

The machine has a small footprint of 800 x 900mm2, an upward-sliding door, and integrated dust collector. Depending on the application, it can be specified with the Trumpf disk, fibre, pulsed and diode laser with an output of up to 1kW.

TruMark 6350

Trumpf has introduced the TruMark 6350 laser marking system. Because it operates in the UV wavelength, it can be used in applications not covered by markers using infrared or green light

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